ColorDiff

Category: CGI and Perl - Miscellaneous

ColorDiff is a wrapper for diff and produces the same output as diff but with coloured syntax highlighting at the command line to improve readability. The output is similar to how a diff-generated patch might appear in Vim or Emacs with the appropriate syntax highlighting options enabled. The colour schemes can be read from a central configuration file or from a local user ~/.colordiffrc file. colordiff makes use of ANSI colours and as such will only work when ANSI colours can be used - typical examples are xterms and Eterms, as well as console sessions. Date: 24 May, 2012


Diff Output - Syntax Highlighting - Development Tool - Syntax - Highlighting - Development

Homepage: http://colordiff.sourceforge.net

Developer: colordiff.sourceforge.net

License: Artistic License, GNU General Public License (GPL)

Operating System: Linux, BSD

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