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xxdiff project is a graphical browser for viewing the differences between two or three files, or between two directories, and can be
xxdiff project is a graphical browser for viewing the differences between two or three files, or between two directories, and can be used to produce a merged version.
Here are some key features of "xxdiff":
Comparing two files, three files, or two directories (shallow and recursive);
Horizontal diffs highlighting;
Files can be merged interactively and resulting output visualized and saved;
Has features to assist in performing merge reviews/policing;
Can unmerge CVS conflicts in automatically merged file and display them as two files, to help resolve conflicts;
Uses external diff program to compute differences: works with GNU diff, SGI diff and ClearCase's cleardiff, and any other diff whose output is similar to those;
Fully customizable with a resource file;
Look-and-feel similar to Rudy Wortel's/SGI xdiff, it is desktop agnostic (i.e. will work equally well with KDE or Gnome);
Features and output that ease integration with scripts.
Qt-3.2 or higher
a C++ compiler, flex and yacc
What's New in This Release:
This release implements a Python package that contains code to support writing scripts around xxdiff.
All the xxdiff-* scripts have been integrated in this Python package and renamed for convenience.
A warning is now issued in decision making when accepting or rejecting, if incompatible selections have been made.
The build system has been converted from tmake to qmake.
xxdiff 3.2 keywords