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TextWrangler's diff
Authored by: hayne on Oct 07, '05 07:25:59AM

And there is also TextWrangler's "Find Differences..."
TextWranger also installs a command-line tool 'twdiff' that can be used instead of 'diff' - it shows the diffs in TextWranger windows.
TextWrangler is free from

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TextWrangler's diff
Authored by: jeb on Oct 07, '05 08:57:01AM
I agree, TextWrangler is a great program, and you can't beat the price. I've tried vi and emacs, and am capable in them, but TextWrangler just makes everything so pretty and I don't have to remember nearly as many commands. You should try it out, here's a link.

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