versioned-text-markup-language is a text markup language created in 1999. VTML (Versioned Text Markup Language), a markup language for storing document version information. VTML can easily be implemented within a text editor, and provides a notation and semantics for tracking successive revisions to a document. The main purpose of VTML is to allow asynchronous collaboration in the creation and editing of text documents.

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Example code from the web:

<!--{ATTR ID=1 vers=1 author="fabio" date="Jul 16, 1995"}-->
<!--{ATTR ID=2 vers=CURRENT author="david" date=NOW}-->
<!--{INS ATT=1}--> This is <!--{DEL ATT=2}-->
your<!--{/DEL}--> <!--{INS ATT=2}--> my <!--{/DEL}-->
document.

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