Calculating diff between two fields

This compares the values of two text fields using PEAR.

<?php
$path
= '/pathToPearsParentDirectory/pear/PEAR';
set_include_path(get_include_path() . PATH_SEPARATOR . $path);

require_once
'PEAR.php';
include_once
"Text/Diff.php";
include_once
"Text/Diff/Renderer.php";
include_once
"Text/Diff/Renderer/inline.php";

$diff = &new Text_Diff('auto', array(array($node->field_nameOfOneFieldToCompare[0]['value']), array($node->field_nameOfOtherFieldToCompare[0]['value'])));
$renderer = &new Text_Diff_Renderer_inline();

$node_field[0]['value'] = $renderer->render($diff);
?>

Notes:

  • Remove the <?php and ?> from the code before pasting!
  • You must install PEAR's Text_Diff module. This isn't part of the standard install.
  • The $path and set_include_path lines are unnecessary if your PHP engine's include_path already includes the PEAR root directory. I had to override because I had to install my own copy of PEAR; my web host's version didn't include Text_Diff and was too out of date to allow the install.
  • Until #367281: Longtext field is broken is fixed, you should use varchar or text instead of longtext.

Facebook-style Statuses Tags

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The main feature is that, instead of sending user commands in mail format as Mailman Manager does, it sends url requests directly to the mailman web interface where admins manage lists members.
The result is mailman integration into your drupal site.
Some of its features are:

  • Immediate action, completely invisible to the end-user.
  • Correctly synchronized with the mailman server.
  • Anonymous user subscription (or invitation).
  • Lists permissions.
  • Subscribe/unsubscribe users depending on their current role.
  • Display subscriptions in the registration form of a new user.
  • Choose what subscription types are available for every list.
  • Integration of notify and invite mailman options for new subscriptions.
  • Retrieve the user mail address realname from Profile fields.
  • Optionally, set a subscription as required.
  • Views integration.

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              display: none;
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