Visual merge tool? If you mean, pulling up two versions of the same file
and reconciling the differences by highlighting them? Both Emacs and Vim
support this. If you have Vim 6.0 installed, type vimdiff oldfile.txt
newfile.txt and it'll do the job. It should be just as easy in Emacs.
kieran at tul.ly wrote:
>> Has anyone who has used the Source Insight visual
> code editor/browser on Windows found anything
> similar for Linux?
>> [Please don't turn this into a vim vs. emacs debate :)]
>> Similarly I'm looking for a good visual merge tool for Linux,
> something like Araxis Merge for Windows.
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