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On Thu, 6 Feb 2003 10:19:25 +0100, "Koen" <no at ssppaamm.com> wrote: >Why is it that the "There is no crucial stuff in here." line is seen as a >difference?! I would expect this diff to show: > Context. Often the diff engine will pull in lines before/after the actual change so it's obvious what's changed. This is really useful somethimes when you're trying to merge a large source file. The advantages aren't as obvious when you're using small files as examples. >The problem is that if you want to use a tool like conflicteditor to easily >merge the differences, it doesn't work, because it uses the diffs generated Bug in conflicteditor I guess. The diff is the standard diff code used in all GNU tools for about the last 10 years. Tony