diffToChangelog comparison for views results in false positive when the view definition has newline characters and spacing.
1. On Oracle DB when a view creation script is executed manually, the view definition is stored retaining the actual new line chars \n in the query.
2. Same definition executed as a script removes the newline chars and formats the SQL into a single line.
3. When these definitions are compared they are reported as different.
refer to the screenshot attached
compare the formatted SQL instead of a String.equals() in ObjectDifferences.StandardCompareFunction.areEqual()
This was tested on a Linux vagrant box running Oracle 12C.