We are unifying multiple environments, and the software updates to common codes seems to almost be the easy part.
I am sure someone has done this before...
I think we are pretty good on the first 3
My questions are,
Thanks in advance,
David T. Francis
I run a Wiki installation. To do comparisons I create a page, drop in the first one, save it, edit, and replace contents with the second one.
Not only does the History do a line-by-line compare, being in the Wiki it doesn't get accidently over-written, edited, or deleted.
And all the various versions can be a single page. The various config options/commands can be linked to documentation inside or outside the Wiki. Pretty handy for getting quick answers.
Gotta love a Wiki.