[Grml] qdiff any chance?
mika at grml.org
Mon Jul 21 00:22:50 CEST 2008
* T o n g <mlist4suntong at yahoo.com> [20080715 18:06]:
> First of all, thank you mika for answering my previous question. Now,
> Is there any recommended binary files differ that can detect binary
> insertions/deletions/substitutions with colorful output?
> Here is the one that I found most useful.
> qdiff - Compare two binary files and print differences in various ways, very
> colorful output (insertions/deletions/substitutions), simple yet effective
> syncro engine, may be very slow, useful and fast for large files with few
> differences (e.g. verifying correctness of grabbed cdda data)
> any chance to include it in our repo?
Well, looks like qdiff is unmaintained nowadays. It doesn't even
compile here OOTB. :-/ I'm not really happy with adding software to
our repository if the software isn't maintained upstream anymore.
Hm, did you take a look at vbindiff and vimdiff already?
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