Visual Diff/Merge Tools 4 Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 8, 2006
I made the complete switch from Windows to Ubuntu (no longer dual-booting) a couple of months ago and my only real complaint so far is that I haven't been able to find a good stand-alone visual diff/merge tool.
This was one of the reasons I was hesitant to switch in the first place, but I figured Eclipse's diff capability was good enough to take the plunge. However, I'd really like to be able to diff/merge files that are not part of an existing Eclipse project and a visual directory diff would be nice too. Are there any tools comparable to Araxis Merge (hands-down best merge tool I've ever used) or Exam Diff Pro available for Linux? I'm open to commercial products as well as long as the pricing is fairly reasonable.
GUI diff for Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 30, 2004
I am wondering if any of you out here knows where to get a good GUI diff program? I found the one called "kdiff" but it would not compile under my environment. (I tried both 0.9 and 2.0Beta2, to no avail.)
I could use "diff," but I've been using windiff on Windows for a while and it's a lot easier for me to use than the text version. Any help would be appreciated.
What's the diff between FreeBSD and Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2008
OK, so I have done some studying on FreeBSD, not much.
But BSD doesn't use a linux kernel does it? I know it can use KDE and Gnome, but I was wondering if there was any major differences.
Aside from that, all I really know is that DragonflyBSD uses a custom filesystem known as HAMMER.
compare/diff two directory in two different linux/unix machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 21, 2009
I have two server , one linux and one unix .
I want to compare two different directry in them .
What command or tool I can use instead of search the dir one by one ???
Graphical DIFF programs for linux [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 30, 2012
I really like Araxis Merge for a graphical DIFF program for the PC. I have no idea
what's available for linux, though. We're running SUSE linix on our z800 mainframe.
I'd be most grateful if I could get a few pointers to what programs everyone else likes.
How do I do a one way diff in Linux?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 20, 2014
How do I do a one way diff in Linux?
Normal behavior of diff:
Normally, diff will tell you all the differences between a two files. For example, it will tell you anything that is in file A that is not in file B, and will also tell you everything that is in file B, but not in file A. For example:
File A contains:
File B contains:
a whole bunch of garbage
something I don't want to know
If I do a regular diff as follows:
diff A B
the output would be something like:
< good dog
> some garbage
> a whole bunch of garbage
> something I don't want to know
What I am looking for:
What I want is just the first part, for example, I want to know everything that is in File A, but not file B. However, I want it to ignore everything that is in file B, but not in file A.
What I want is the command, or series of commands:
???? A B
that produces the output:
< good dog
How to Diff Files Directly from the Linux Kernel GIT Repository?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 15, 2009
I'd like to be able to diff files / directories directly from the Linux Kernel GIT repository without having to download full source.
Specifically, I'm interested in two potential solutions:
The ability to do diff's via a web browser ( firefox )
A GUI utility for Ubuntu that can do remote diffs.
A tutorial how to setup option #2
As an example of what I'm looking for, I used to use CrossVC for the above tasks on a CVS repo.
Visual SVN diff and compare tools for Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 17, 2012
Which is the best Visual SVN Diff displayer for Linux.
BeyondCompare and VisualSVN 1.5 work well on Windows. What are the equivalent tools for Linux? (Specifically Ubuntu).
I know command line diff works; But I'd like multiple column syntax highlighted and differences.
Better if the tool has a support for Git and Hg as well.
Any visual diff in Linux console?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 2, 2010
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 :-) )
LXer: How to diff and merge files or directories on Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 2, 2013
Published at LXer:
Meld is a visual diff and merge tool that can compare files, directories, and any version controlled projects. Meld offers two- and three-way diff and merge, as well as supports simple commands of major version control systems (e.g., SVN, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar). This tutorial describes how to diff and merge files and directories on Linux by using Meld.
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