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Re: Merge always thinks first and last lines are different?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 19:45:49 +0200

On 29.03.2010 18:58, Cory Riddell wrote:
> I've set TortoiseMerge to be my diff tool in SourceSafe. When I select
> two file versions to diff, TortoiseMerge seems to always think the first
> and last lines of the file differ. Or rather it behaves as if the lines
> differ.
> For example, say I have two version of a file that differ in only one
> spot. When I load the versions into TortoiseMerge, it initially will
> place the cursor on the difference and highlight with the appropriate
> color. However, if I press ctrl-up (previous difference) or ctrl-down
> (next difference), it will jump to and select with an open box the first
> or last line of the file. This is surprising because those lines do not
> differ.
> Am I just not understanding the TortoiseMerge philosophy? FWIW, I am
> ignoring all whitespaces.

If the lines don't show up as different, i.e., they are not differently
colored, then the lines are not different. Just having the box appear
doesn't mean the lines are different. Only the coloring and the icons at
the left of the views indicate a diff.


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