Hughes, Bill wrote:
> It just strikes me that if TMerge ends up with all the extras that
> everybodykeeps discussing it may well be one of the best general
> purpose diff tools,and could well 'spin off' into it's own project.At
> which point it will probably be as big as (the rest of) Tsvn or
> therewill be a new slim line merge tool in Tsvn to reduce the
Someone earlier said there are a lot of diff tools, and none of them
have all the features of the others. I think that Tsvn could easily
have all the features of the others with just a little more polish.
Really, I think it's only missing the two that were mentioned,
emacs-style diffs per line, and editing conflicts. Then it would be the
best diff/merge/patch tool available, and everyone (svn, cvs, sccs, rcs,
and no scm tool) would want to use it.
>These are lists for SVN/TSVN after all, so why would anyone not interested
>in version control, and specifically SVN, be looking here for a general
>purpose diff tool?
That's why, Simon, you should not be surprised when people show up here
who are only interested in TMerge. I joined this list looking for a
general purpose diff tool.
That's also why I would like to see TMerge decoupled from TSVN. I don't
want TSVN, and I've run into a couple of problems because, in some cases
(patching?) it assumes svn when I wasn't using svn. Modularity good.
Received on Mon Sep 27 16:07:28 2004