Dehandschutter, Boudewijn. "The Text of the Didache: Some Comments on the Edition of Klaus Wengst." in Jefford, Clayton (editor). The Didache in Context: essays on its text, history, and transmission. Leiden: Brill, 1995, 37-46.
Dehandschutter notes that, at least in some estimations, the Jerusalem manuscript of the Didache has been overvalued in the past. With some witness to the text in other versions, it may seem less accurate than once thought (Dehandschutter 1995, 37). This opinion came to a head when, in 1984, Klaus Wengst released an edition of the Didache incorporating about fifty text changes (Dehandschutter 1995, 38).
Dehandschutter considers the alterations to the text in Wengst's edition, as compared to the earlier accepted Bihlmeyer edition of the Didache (Dehandschutter 1995, 40ff). In numerous locations, Wengst has followed a reading in Apostolic Constitutions or the Apostolic Church Order. This allows for valid consideration of a Latin text as a corrective to a first century Greek text. On the whole, the Wengst text asks some provocative questions about the development of ideas leading to the current text of the Didache.