I mostly develop on Linux and meld is indispensable for me. However, when I’m on the road I use a MacBook (leopard) and I want to use the same set of tools as on my main development box, meld being …
I’d like to ignore newlines when I compare c source files. For example I want following two codes are reported they are same.
int main(int argc, char *argv)
int main(int argc, …
In continuation of the my previous question, are the any good controls for text diffs visualization?
Something like StackOverflow’s revision diff viewer but for WinForms or WPF
Does Aptana have a file diff tool? Given it’s a fairly standard dev requirement, I’m surprised there isn’t one embedded in the IDE already. Does anyone have a good solution to this?
I haven’t had …
I staged a few changes to be committed; how can I see the diff of all files which are staged for the next commit? I’m aware of git status, but I’d like to see the actual diffs – not just the names of …
Many years ago I used d32 which was available for DOS and Linux.
Is a non-GUI visual diff available for Linux like this one?
Any others than Vim and Emacs (Vim and Emacs are too powerful 🙂 )
In MS Word, there’s a nice feature called “track changes” that allows the program to track edits. This is useful when collaborating with others because you can enable various visualization modes …
Is it possible to use VS 2012 diff tool from console like below?
compare.exe c:\file1 c:\file2
Also you can run diff tool from Command Window and it will run in the same instance of VS.
I’m trying to get only new version of lines which have changed and not all the other info which git diff shows.
git diff HEAD –no-ext-diff –unified=0 –exit-code -a –no-prefix
Is it possible to diff or even vimdiff two almost similar subroutines which occur in the same file? If so, how?
I can think of copying the two subroutines in two separate files and then diff them, …