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Subject: [Freeciv-Dev] Re: Editors was: [Update] Corecleanup_15,16 uploaded to incoming
From: Christian Knoke <chrisk@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 09:18:31 +0200

On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 09:54:03PM -0400, Ross W. Wetmore wrote:
> I tend to just open up two Xterm windows running vi and arrange 
> them side-by-side so I can see both contents at the same time.

Yes, but you (I) definitely want a bigger monitor for that than I have.

> Emacs people will tell you this is a trivial window split with
> only xx lines of Lisp, but I never spent my youth learning the 
> wonders of Emacs.

Nor did I.

> I think you can make diff generate this sort of display and pipe
> it into a pager for scrolling if you want something fancier.


> Windiff or various Visual Diff's like in the MKS Toolkit are an
> alternative that often provide some merge and edit functionality
> on Windoze systems.

What's that - Windoze? Kind of adventure game, uh?

> Does that help?

Yes, a bit.

xxdiff looks quite good.

> Cheers,
> RossW
> =====


> At 11:00 AM 02/08/22 +0200, you wrote:
> >On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 12:36:27AM -0400, Ross W. Wetmore wrote:
> >
> >> Compare code with current CVS using side-by-side editors
> >> or side-by-side diff program (that ignores whitespace if possible). 
> >
> >What editors have this capability?

Christian Knoke     * * *
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