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

From: Cory Riddell <cory_at_codeware.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 15:31:20 -0500

On 3/29/2010 12:45 PM, Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 29.03.2010 18:58, Cory Riddell wrote:
>> 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.
> 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.

Is there something special about the first and last lines? I would
expect pressing the next difference button should do exactly that - send
me to the next difference. If there are no more differences, the button
should be disabled or at least do nothing. It doesn't make much sense
(to me) for it to jump to some arbitrary point later in the file. I
figured there must be some reason, technical or philosophical, for it do
behave as it does. Do you know if there is a reason?



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