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    Tailwind CSS :)

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      I took a crack at this problem a few years ago for a side project: https://www.nicediff.com/

      My approach was similar to derek-jones’ comment, except transposed. Row diff first, then column diff.

      Example result: https://www.nicediff.com/view/327cb8bd638fff4bb30677aa957f0e01fda5e2fc

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        Love it! Some really nice ideas in here. Check back with me in a few weeks and maybe we’ll have something to show.

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        I congratulate Google on inventing their very own SilverLight.

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          At my first job out of college, we were building a modern replacement for an ancient mainframe chipset. A 36-bit architecture :)

          The tests were stored in one particular cubicle. These tests were dot-matrix printouts of test code. They were specially bound because each printout was at least 8 inches thick.

          Of course, the same data existed as actual files. But it was surprising how often the engineers would get together and pore over those printed stacks. Or roam around asking “who’s got the book for EXEC-5?!”

          The tests, the test execution harnesses, the logging, the reporting, the metrics and everything else was all implemented one level up from raw bits.