For this case we developed 'Space Admin for Confluence' which allows:
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With best regards
you can accomplish this with python, if you are used to reading the output from the posix diff command:
#!/usr/bin/env python import difflib
import sys try: from xmlrpc.client import ServerProxy from xmlrpc.client import Fault except: from xmlrpclib import ServerProxy from xmlrpclib import Fault def get_page(page_id, confluence_url='https://<confluence_domain>', confluence_login='<username>', confluence_password='<password>'): client = ServerProxy(confluence_url+"/rpc/xmlrpc", verbose=0) try: auth_token = client.confluence2.login(confluence_login, confluence_password) except: print("Can't login to confluence") return  try: # getting confluence page page = client.confluence2.getPage(auth_token, page_id) except Fault as e: print(e.faultString) return  return page['content'].split('\n') if len(sys.argv) < 3:
print("usage:" + sys.argv + " page_id_1 page_id_2") for line in difflib.unified_diff(get_page(sys.argv), get_page(sys.argv), fromfile='pageID='+sys.argv, tofile='pageID='+sys.argv): print(line[:-1])
this little script could help you
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