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Re: feature request for ediff


From: Hannu Koivisto
Subject: Re: feature request for ediff
Date: 02 Nov 2001 15:24:34 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.090003 (Oort Gnus v0.03) Emacs/20.7

address@hidden (David Masterson) writes:

| >>>>> agrawal  writes:
| 
| > ediff is extremely useful, but seems a bit clunky for diffing
| > directory trees. As far as I can tell, one must descend through the
| > directory tree "by hand", checking each directory for any
| > differences between files. It seems preferable to have a recursive
| > option, where ediff would do a diff -r <dir1> <dir2>, and then let
| > the user browse through only those directories that have
| > differences.
| 
| Are you suggesting that it popup a new ediff buffer for each (pair
| of?) files that it find different?  All at once or one at a time?

I don't see him suggesting that.  FWIW, I would also like a feature
like the one agrawal requests.  Essentially, just like you can
(i)nsert subdirectories to a single dired buffer or have all the
subdirectories and their subdirectories be inserted by adding -R to
ls switches, there should be a way to have a whole directory tree
(or just have few specific subdirectories inserted) in a single
ediff session buffer instead of one ediff session buffer per
directory.

In addition, a command to simply replace session's file in
directory B with the file in directory A (and vice versa) would be
nice.  It should preferably work so that one can mark several
sessions and then apply this operation to all of them.

-- 
Hannu



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