Parsing Code in a Search Engine with Node.js Parsing Code in a Search Engine with Node.js / tutorial / free

Version control history typically shows file changes using text diffs – in theory we could instead reconstruct a file before and after a change, then compare the parse trees instead. This is impractical in the general case, and if you read on I’ll show how to handle this correctly.
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