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Re: [TSVN] Enhancement of TMerge.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-15 08:54:20 CEST

On 6/15/06, tdkim <tdkim@unimo.co.kr> wrote:
> > tdkim wrote:
> >
> >> I think that TMerge can be used a default "Unified Diff Viewer" and a
> >> general "Diff/Patch Viewer" (without WC).
> >
> > What do you mean here exactly? TMerge (currently) can't be used as a
> > unified diff viewer or as a diff/patch viewer.
> > Should we Enhance it to show such files colored?
> Thanks for reply.
> TMerge has already two panes(Prev and New), coloring feature and line
> number.
> I think that TMerge can show a unified diff file using these features.
> (two panes, Line numbers and syntax coloring)
> Exactly I want that TMerge can show a unified diff file like Trac's diff
> processor.
> Like this,
> http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/attachment/ticket/3269/cc_on_comment.diff.
> Of course, Trac shows a unified diff file using one pane.
> But TMerge has alreadly two panes.
> So TMerge can show a unified diff file using two pane(more visually than
> notepad2).

We could mimic the same behaviour/coloring as Notepad2 has for those
files. After all, we already use the scintilla control for the commit
All we'd have to do is to activate the diff-coloring of the control,
and embed the control in a separate window and we're there.

But I think you want us to show the diff file using two panes. But I
don't know how that would look like, and if it really would be much
better than a one pane view.


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