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    Follow the style of many of the pmdev team while writing patches for Perlmonks by striking out the old code and inserting new code in a different colour by it.

Oooh. Feature: a diff(1) hilighting mode for block (rather than inline) code tags. Follow the code block with a diff block containing a context diff (or whatever format's easiest to parse), like so:

<code> &foo(); &bar(); &baz(); <\code> # munged close tag <diff> 2c2 < &bar(); --- > &quux(); </diff>

becomes

&foo();
&quux();
&baz();

As ever, I have no clue how to implement this, or how difficult it would be.

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