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Re: gVim

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-15 20:43:42 CEST

Sven Brueggemann wrote:
> Hello,
> tdkim wrote:
>> I used original notepad and gvim as diff/patch viewer.
> Talking of gVim: Have you been able to provide the window
> titles (%yname and %bname) to gVim? gVim is the perfect
> tool for diffing two files and I'd love to see what I'm
> actually diffing when diffing properties.
> If you can provide any insight, I'd really appreciate
> your answer.
> Stefan: gVim has the ability to fold unchanged parts
> (with configurable context before and after changed
> parts) so you can see what was changed at a single
> glance. Did you ever think of something like that for
> TMerge?

Can you provide a screenshot please? I can't really imagine what you
mean just from a description like that.


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