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Wise LaTeX users will be alerted by the information that backgrnd patches their output routine, and will watch its behaviour very carefully patching the LaTeX output routine is not something to undertake lightly…. The package comes with a shell script chbar.
Vertbars defines a vertbar environment to create changebars. The framed package is another that provides bars as a side-effect of other desirable functionality: its leftbar environment is simply a stripped-down frame note, though, that the environment makes a separate paragraph of its contents, so it is best used when the convention is to mark a whole changed paragraph.
Finally, the memoir class allows marginal editorial comments, which you can obviously use to delimit areas of changed text.
To this end, the package changes allows the user to manually markup changes of text, such as additions, deletions, or replacements.
Changed text is shown in a different color; deleted text is crossed out. The package allows you to define additional authors and their associated color; it also allows you to define a markup for authors or annotations. The documentation very clearly demonstrates how the various functions work.
The Perl script latexdiff may also be used to generate such markup for LaTeX documents; you feed it the two documents, and it produces a new LaTeX document in which the changes are very visible. An example of the output is embedded in the documentation, latexdiff-man.
A rudimentary revision facility is provided by another Perl script, latexrevise , which accepts or rejects all changes. Manual editing of the difference file can be used to accept or reject selected changes only.
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Marking changed parts of your document