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[h-e-w] Side-by-side file differences util?

From: Wojciech Komornicki
Subject: [h-e-w] Side-by-side file differences util?
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 17:19:59 -0600

It seems that you are asking for ediff which is built into emacs.  It is
in the tools menu pull down (if you use the menu) or you can just run 
   M-x ediff

Wojciech Komornicki                                      Dept of Mathematics
address@hidden                                     Hamline University                               St Paul, MN 55104

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>>>>> "Peter" == Peter Davis <address@hidden> writes:

  Peter> Has anyone implemented a side-by-side file differences utility in
  Peter> emacs?  By this I mean I'd like two adjacent frames, side-by-side, with
  Peter> file A in the left frame and file B in the right.  Differences between 
  Peter> two files would be highlighted, and there would be some way to jump to 
  Peter> next/prev difference, make the left look like the right or vice versa, 

  Peter> Emacs seems like the natural environment for such a thing.  I can't 
seem to
  Peter> find a good one for Windows at all, but having it in emacs seems like 
  Peter> added bonus.

  Peter> Thanks,

  Peter> -pd

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