This page links to each of the inputs used in the DITA Merge sample and also links to files for each of the result types.
This sample provides a basic demonstration on how to run a simple merge using the Java API.
This sample shows how configuration files can be used to extend the internal catalogs when DITA specializations are used.
This sample shows how a three-way merge can be simplified to a two-way result with different options to show 'all changes', 'conflicting changes' or 'their changes'.
This sample demonstrates how DITA Merge can be used in conjunction with Mercurial merge and graft operations. This sample supports Unix systems including MacOS and Linux.
This sample allows DITA Merge to be used as a git merge-tool. This sample supports Unix systems including MacOS and Linux.
This guide provides an overview of the different merge result formats and types.
This guide provides details on the purpose of the analyzed deltaV2 output and describes how to configure DITA Merge to produce this result type.
This guide describes how to configure DITA Merge to apply automatic rules to the merge result in order to programatically 'accept' or 'reject' specific changes.
Guide for table processing
This guide describes how to download, install and use oXygen Merge Resolver, an add-on for the oXygen XML Editor.