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Feb 2016
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Feb 17 2016 15:21
@monkeysecurity Try the neverflatten option: http://prettydiff.com/documentation.xhtml#neverflatten If that doesn't work please open an issue on Github with a code sample so that I can reproduce the problem and get you a resolution. https://github.com/prettydiff/prettydiff/issues
@hsultanali Are you attempting to use Pretty Diff in a client side app inside a browser or from the command line?
hsultanali
@hsultanali
Feb 17 2016 15:27
I am running it in an ERP system that uses the Rhino implementation of JavaScript to run scripts.
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Feb 17 2016 15:29
This clearly sounds like a defect, but I will need to reproduce the problem to ensure I am providing a valid solution. Would you be able to provide any guidance on how I can reproduce? I will be investigating in various environments in the mean time.
hsultanali
@hsultanali
Feb 17 2016 15:30
Because the XML diff comparison is working properly via the Web tool. So far, I've tried to take the default options set by the web tool and see if that makes a difference...I will try adding the flatten option and open an issue if that does not work..
thank you for your help
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Feb 17 2016 15:53
@hsultanali The flatten option won't help with this. It was just for @monkeysecurity's issue.
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Feb 17 2016 16:19
I am seeing your emails in mailing list, of which the last is very detailed. I will attempt to reproduce the defect based upon your instructions and will let you know.
hsultanali
@hsultanali
Feb 17 2016 16:20
ok thx..I also sent an email to nfo@prettydiff.com with some screenshots..hope that helps..I will not open an issue on github for now...
Will await hearing back from you..I hope its as easy fix...
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Feb 17 2016 18:19
I sent you an email. In my tests changing the "api" option to any value other than "dom" produced a complete XML document with all included CSS and script code.