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Dec
14
revised Command-line desktop notifications on on Ubuntu Lucid
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Dec
14
accepted How to disable ^C from being echoed on Linux on Ctrl-C
Dec
14
accepted Recursive filesystem notifications (inotify) for Ubuntu Karmic Koala
Dec
14
answered Recursive filesystem notifications (inotify) for Ubuntu Karmic Koala
Dec
14
accepted Which battery does my MacBook Pro need?
Dec
14
accepted Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
Dec
14
answered Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
Dec
14
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Dec
14
accepted How can I insert a character code into a Linux text editor?
Dec
14
accepted Collaborative photo sharing and tagging
Dec
14
answered Collaborative photo sharing and tagging
Dec
14
comment Collaborative photo sharing and tagging
Thank you for compiling this list. I've given you +1, but I can't accept your answer since the web UI for all DAM software I've seen is too slow and clumsy to work with more than thousands of pictures of a time, so they fail to fulfill my requirement of convenient collaboration.
Dec
14
asked Command-line desktop notifications on on Ubuntu Lucid
Sep
19
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Sep
19
asked NetworkManager in text mode for Ubuntu Lucid
Sep
19
comment Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
This doesn't work with tkdiff 4.1.4, I get `You specified 5 file(s) and 0 revision(s)
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Aug
28
comment Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
Thanks for coming up with a 2nd suggestion (a shell script which calls kdiff multiple times), but it still doesn't answer my question. In my question I explicitly specify the requirement that the program ``lets me jump to the next or previous file pair by pressing a key''.
Aug
28
comment Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
Thanks for suggesting this workaround. However, I'm still looking for a more straightforward solution, which avoids creating temporary files (or symlinks) and directories, just to do a multifile comparison.
Aug
28
comment Visual diff for multiple file pairs on Linux
This doesn't answer my question. Many diff tools can compare 2 or 3 files. I'm interested in a diff tool which can compare more than 1 file pair, which I can specify on the command line.