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#!/usr/bin/perl # Compares a tokenized view of two RTF files use strict; use RTF::Tokenizer; use Text::Diff; my $first_file = pretty_print( $ARGV[0] ); my $second_file = pretty_print( $ARGV[1] ); print diff \$first_file, \$second_file; sub pretty_print { my $filename = shift; my $output; my $tokenizer = RTF::Tokenizer->new( file => $filename ); while (1) { my ( $type, $token, $argument ) = $tokenizer->get_token(); last if $type eq 'eof'; $argument =~ s/\n/[n]/g; $argument =~ s/\t/[t]/g; $argument =~ s/\r/[r]/g; $output .= "($type) $token $argument\n"; } return $output; }

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