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Re: Feature suggestion: Manually aligning lines in diff viewer

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 19:54:40 +0200

On 30.08.2011 14:23, Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
> Greetings!
> There is a feature which I found in 'diffuse' (http://diffuse.sf.net) and
> which would be a nice addition to TSVN. In diffuse, you can select a line in
> the left and right file and tell diffuse to align them with each other. This
> is useful when the build-in matching of old an new lines simply doesn't work
> or doesn't work correctly.
> An example where [T]SVN fails to match lines is a change like this:
> A A
> B D
> B1
> C C
> Line D was inserted and line B was changed to B1. However, even though B is
> much more similar to B1, the change is displayed from B to D and B1 is
> considered as newly inserted. Manually telling the diff viewer that B1 is the
> equivalent to B would allow displaying a better diff.

Added as issue #81:


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