Commands tagged wdiff (2)

  • Requires wdiff. Prints the word-by-word diff with the old version highlighted in red, and the new in green. Change the colors by altering 41m and 42m. 45m is more of a magenta and may be easier to read.


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    wdiff -n -w $'\033[30;41m' -x $'\033[0m' -y $'\033[30;42m' -z $'\033[0m' oldversion.txt newversion.txt
    abracadabra · 2011-11-10 18:35:41 2
  • Recursively compares files in directories DIR and OLD_FILES using dwdiff Word-by-word comparison with dwdiff results in words unique to NEW file versions in the DIR directory tree shown enclosed in [- SQUARE BRACKETS -] and words unique to OLD file versions in the OLD_FILES directory tree shown enclosed in {+ CURLY BRACES +} Note: does not detect files unique to the OLD_FILES directory tree. Show Sample Output


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    find DIR -exec sh -c "if [ -f \"{}\" ]; then echo {} >> dwdiff.txt; dwdiff --no-common {} /OLD_FILES/{} >> dwdiff.txt; echo \"--EOF--\" >> dwdiff.txt; fi" \;
    RiskNerd · 2022-02-23 08:52:13 213

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