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WinMerge v2.16.2 32bit
WinMerge v2.16.2 32bit WinMerge is a Windows tool for visual difference display and merging, for both files and directories. It is highly useful for determining what has changed between file versions, and then merging those changes. WinMerge has Unicode support, Flexible syntax coloring editor, Visual SourceSafe integration, and Windows Shell integration. Regexp filtering for filenames and lines. Side-by-side line difference and highlights differences inside lines. A file map shows the overall file differences in a location pane. The user interface is translated into several languages. Features Visual differencing and merging of text files Flexible editor with syntax highlighting, line numbers and word-wrap Highlights differences inside lines Difference pane shows current difference in two vertical panes Location pane shows map of files compared Moved lines detection Compare folders in one level or recursive Can show folder compare results flat or in a tree-style view Regular Expression based file filters allow excluding and including items Compares binary files in folder compare as well as text files Shell Integration (supports 64-bit Windows versions) Archive file support using 7-Zip Fast compare using file sizes and dates Creates patch files (Normal-, Context- and Unified formats) Changes since the latest stable version 2.16.0: WinMerge 2.16.2 File compare: - Bugfix: Edit > Replace > All, Undo: should undo all (sf.net #2113) - Bugfix: Save As: default directory should be file's original directory (sf.net #2163) - Bugfix: Strings with embedded 0 bytes are handled incorrectly (sf.net #2187) - Bugfix: Removed word level merge support due to unstable behavior - Bugfix: Menu item "File->File Encoding" moves main window (Bitbucket ...
5/5 1,597 Jun 20, 2019
WinMerge Dev. Team
WinMerge v2.16.2 64bit
WinMerge v2.16.2 64bit WinMerge is a Windows tool for visual difference display and merging, for both files and directories. It is highly useful for determining what has changed between file versions, and then merging those changes. WinMerge has Unicode support, Flexible syntax coloring editor, Visual SourceSafe integration, and Windows Shell integration. Regexp filtering for filenames and lines. Side-by-side line difference and highlights differences inside lines. A file map shows the overall file differences in a location pane. The user interface is translated into several languages. Features Visual differencing and merging of text files Flexible editor with syntax highlighting, line numbers and word-wrap Highlights differences inside lines Difference pane shows current difference in two vertical panes Location pane shows map of files compared Moved lines detection Compare folders in one level or recursive Can show folder compare results flat or in a tree-style view Regular Expression based file filters allow excluding and including items Compares binary files in folder compare as well as text files Shell Integration (supports 64-bit Windows versions) Archive file support using 7-Zip Fast compare using file sizes and dates Creates patch files (Normal-, Context- and Unified formats) Changes since the latest stable version 2.16.0: WinMerge 2.16.2 File compare: - Bugfix: Edit > Replace > All, Undo: should undo all (sf.net #2113) - Bugfix: Save As: default directory should be file's original directory (sf.net #2163) - Bugfix: Strings with embedded 0 bytes are handled incorrectly (sf.net #2187) - Bugfix: Removed word level merge support due to unstable behavior - Bugfix: Menu item "File->File Encoding" moves main window (Bitbucket ...
5/5 279 Jun 20, 2019
WinMerge Dev. Team
Zero Install v2.16.2
Zero Install v2.16.2 Software installation reimagined. Single click Zero Install allows you to run applications with a single click without having to install them first. Alternatively you can control every detail, such as which version of which library to use. User interface All features of Zero Install can be controlled both via graphical user interface as well as from the command-line. The graphical user interface can be launched via the Windows start menu or the ZeroInstall.exe file. The command-line interface can be accessed using 0install. Synchronization Zero Install Sync allows you to synchronize your list of applications, desktop integrations and command-line aliases between multiple machines. You either need a free 0install.de user account or you can use your own server. Technical details Example You download LibreOffice and KeePass on your first PC using Zero Install. Zero Install Sync tells your second computer which applications you installed. Your second computer downloads the same applications automatically. Decentralized Zero Install gets information about application from so called feeds. These can be stored on any web server. There is no central app store that controls which applications can and cannot be published. However, we provide a catalog of well-known applications, so you do not have to search for individual feeds if you do not want to. This catalog is available on this website as well as within Zero Install itself. You can add additional catalogs from other sources as well. Applications are downloaded directly from the original publishers. They are not hosted or modified by Zero Install. The Publishing Tools allow you to easily create your own feeds. Security Zero Install is secure by design: Feeds (files describing applications) are signed with GnuPG signatures. This ensures that future updates of applications still come from the same publisher as the original. Downloaded applications are verified with SHA-256 ...
5/5 1,411 Feb 05, 2019
Bastian Eicher
   
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