Re: SED functionality for lines in TortoiseMerge
On 14.04.2012 23:13, Konstantin Kolinko wrote:
> 2012/4/15 Stefan Küng<tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
>> On 13.04.2012 18:47, Hubert Sack wrote:
>>> I have a lot of source code files. All they are textfiles, but there are cross-reference information (as an comment of the line) in them.
>>> If there are lines added in the file, this cross-reference information also changes. So I see a lot of differences, which can be ignored.
>>> It wold be a very good and powerfull extension to TortoiseMerge if there would be a possibility that each line is processed by a stream editor like SED before used by TortoiseMerge for compare.
>> Looks like issue #5:
>> You could add a comment there if you like, explaining your use for this.
> I have not investigated in detail,
> but I think it might be possible to write a script and register it as
> an external diff tool (e.g. for specific mime type) that will
> preprocess the files and invoke TortoiseMerge in the end.
While that's a good idea until the issue is implemented, it would only
work when TMerge is started from TortoiseProc.
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