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Directory diff with text file output

It appears I was unable to save the scripts I used for converting some Subversion repos to Mercurial ones, more specifically the filemaps. How can I get diffs between two directories (added/removed ...
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Compare content of directories in Linux

In Linux, if I have two directories, how I can see the differences of content in these directories? Now I use this command: diff <(ls -d dir1/*) <(ls -d dir2/*) Any other idea?
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GNU/Linux substitute for the Windows-based TreeComp tool

I miss the TreeComp tool from Windows on Linux. Does anybody know about a similar tool for Linux? I've tried Unison & Unison-gtk (slow and cumbersome), diff (various), meld, mc, rsync (immensely ...
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Tool to create a patch that modifies/adds files within a directory structure

I have a set of files that need a set of changes applied to them. In this scenario I have a Java Application Server (distributed via a zip file) that I need to apply a set of known configurations to, ...
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Windows: Which diff tools doing directory diff from command line to file showing diffs only?

I'm looking for diff tools that: Run on Windows Can be kicked off from a batch file Can dump results to a file (silent mode) Show only diffs in the file What should I use?
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Comparing a folder with a git repository

I have a folder now once exported from a git repository, and the git repository itself: / /now/ /repository.git/ I'd like to compare the files in now to the current state of the repository. While ...