I am attempting to do something a bit unique, and cannot find the right terminal command line to use. I am attempting to essentially solve for the following problem: I have two volumes of data that ...
I know that I can use Git for some cases, but I still believe that there exists a simpler solution by default. Does there exists any tools by default in the newest OSX for the diff of filecontents in ...
There are many methods that can be used to compare the data of two files. That is not what I'm interested in here. How can I easily compare or "perform a diff" of what could be called (perhaps you ...
I need to diff two files (not two versions of the same file, they are however tracked by git, but that is unrelated) and I would like some colored output, how can I achieve that? $ diff file_1 file_2 ...
I need to diff two directories: A: /path1/ B: /path2/ The directory A contains all files and subdirectories that are also contained in B. The files in A (and in its subdirectories) can have ...
Is it possible to view "svn diff" output graphically on Mac OS? Most of the graphical diff programs allow you to view only one file per time. Which is very inconvenient when you use svn and have ...
I am using svn for version control and want to be able to compare 2 revisions of a MS Word doc side-by-side. I am aware of Araxis Merge but this converts the doc to text and compares which is more ...