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WinMerge

Plugin that enables comparison of the last 2 activated buffers (even in different windows) using WinDiff (Windows only).

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Statistics on WinMerge

Number of watchers on Github 32
Number of open issues 2
Average time to close an issue over 2 years
Main language Python
Average time to merge a PR about 2 hours
Open pull requests 0+
Closed pull requests 2+
Last commit about 5 years ago
Repo Created about 9 years ago
Repo Last Updated almost 3 years ago
Size 122 KB
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Description

WinMerge is a nice GUI file difference engine that is freely available for Windows. This package adds support to Sublime Text 2 and 3 for allowing you to diff the last two active views, even if they are in different Sublime windows.

Package Installation

Install using Package Control by searching for WinMerge.

Alternativly, bring up a command line in the Packages/ folder of your Sublime user folder, and execute the following:

git clone git://github.com/SublimeText/WinDiff.git

When you launch Sublime Text, it will pick up the contents of this package so that you can consume the goodness that it provides.

Features

  • The default key bindings file included diffs the last 2 active views upon 'Ctrl+Alt+d' (also accessible via Menu and Command Palette)
WinMerge open issues Ask a question     (View All Issues)
  • over 7 years More options for file selection
  • about 9 years cannot find executable on 64 bit windows
WinMerge questions on Stackoverflow (View All Questions)
  • Can I integrate WinMerge with Visual Studio?
  • How to format a WinMerge fllter to ignore part of the line
  • How can I get WinMerge to use a specific unpacking plugin
  • how to use winmerge line filter for a java comment
  • How to use winmerge as the merge/diff tool for git installed on Linux
  • Removing winmerge from git
  • git mergetool winmerge
  • Unable to compare different files in a folder comparison (WINMerge)
  • Compare only .f and .f90 files (~10 MB) in 2 huge (~1GB) directory trees with WINMERGE
  • Setting WinMerge as Diff/merge tool in Visual Studio 2015
  • how to compare github pull request history using winmerge or other external toola?
  • Setting WinMerge as Git Diff Tool
  • git difftool, winmerge with new files
  • How to use WinMerge with High-DPI Windows setting?
  • Copy only difference (kdiff, winmerge, any diff like tool)
  • Exploiting WinMerge 2.12.4 - Project File Handling Stack Overflow Vulnerability
  • Getting WinMerge to compare .jar files
  • Winmerge - Not treating a large single block of new XML as many tiny change.
  • Compare directory using winmerge?
  • Useful Binary Diff Tool (other than msdn[apatch and mpatch], xdelta, bsdiff, vbindiff and winmerge)
  • use Winmerge inside of Git to file diff
  • Why my MsysGit bash can not use winmerge as difftool
  • Backreference format in Winmerge regex
  • Use Git Inside Winmerge
  • How to use WinMerge instead of TortoiseMerge when comparing a revision with the working copy
  • Winmerge - Way to make identical lines not to be shown when compare 2 files?
  • System versus user PATH environmental variable...winmerge works only if I add the path to the user PATH
  • Issues in Merging local and remote files using WinMerge command in WinSCP
  • How to ignore a line conatining a specific word using winmerge line filters?
  • Need to run winmerge silently without opening
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