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Re: gVim

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-15 22:49:55 CEST

Sven Brueggemann wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> Sven Brueggemann wrote:
>>> 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.
> I attached two screenshots: In gvimdiff_1.png you can
> see that gVim only shows the changed line with 6
> (configurable) lines of context above and below the change.
> Unchanged lines are folded and can be unfolded if necessary
> (gvimdiff_2.png).
> With this folded view it's easy to see what was changed
> at a single glance and to grasp bigger changes.
> How do you like it?

Apart from the fact that gvim hides the sections which don't differ,
it's basically not much different from what TortoiseMerge can do.
And honestly, I never liked those folding editors (that's why I don't
use SciTe but rather Notepad2, even though they both use Scintilla).


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