Has anyone ever put out mefarshim on gemara by daf rather than mefaresh? Or try to collect primary rishonim/achronim discussed in yeshivot per daf and reprint them together?

  • I assume you're looking for a feature which is available at HebrewBooks.org using the Meforshim dropdown hebrewbooks.org/shas Commented Apr 3 at 22:46
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    I'd consider the classic שיטה מקובצת and modern קובץ שיטות קמאי as being adjacent to what you are asking for... Commented Apr 3 at 23:06

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You should consider אוצר מפרשי התלמוד

It references in extenso rishonim and aharonim al seder hadaf. I think it corresponds to what you are looking for.

You can see here one page of the sefer

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    Commented Apr 4 at 4:10

Yes, someone has. Here is a link to their website



Kovetz Shittos Kamai compiled by Reb Shalom Meir Yungerman is exactly what you're looking for. Most of the volumes on shas are available on Hebrewbooks.

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