well… yes? Not in the diff-way, but in the functional one.
I know minification as a way to remove whitespaces, comments, shorten variable names, etc. Take for example JQuery: Their uncompressed and compressed versions are identical logicwise. I can take code using the minified version, replace the file with the uncompressed variant and - besides a slightly larger file - the program works the same.
For Podlove we’ve got a minified file named “window.js” containing 680KB of code. The only source mentioned on github is also named “window.js” but is only 70B - without minification.
So for me it looks like this is either not the source used to generate the final file or there is some additional compiling beforehand.
I hoped there would be a unminified but complete version available, just as for other projects named above, saving the hassle of following a seemingly endless recursion of includes.