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Delta is a difference tool for large files. Delta will have several clients, including AJAX and Silverlight. You can view differences in a scrollable view using jQuery or download the difference reports.
A source code diff tool. Adapted from cvsweb, it makes code inspection easy. It also provides another diff tool with which you can either compare two files or two directories recursively. It is written in perl and uses String::Ediff for finer diff.
Meld is a gnome2 diff and merge tool with pluggable support for version control systems such as cvs, subversion, bzr, darcs, mercurial, monotone, tla. Meld helps you review code changes and understand patches.
N-way Folder Diff is a simple, platform independent tool to compare multiple folders. It differs from usual diff tools because it is possible to do n-way (upto 10 way) diff as compared to the usual 2-way diff.
Fox Compare creates text versions of FoxPro class libraries and forms for use with your favorite diff tool so you can easily see code changes between versions. Properties and methods are alphabetized so the diff process works the way you expect.
diffmod is a command line tool to compare the attributes of files and directories. Think of it as the diff tool but then for file modes and owners. It is able to compare 2 local directories or generate a listing of one directory and using that listing on
DotDiff is a small Xml Compare Library, allowing the developer to compare 2 Xml files. It supports mearging of any differences into a single file, or the generation of a diff gram. Comes with a small test UI
Compare two CSS/STYLUS/SCSS files at a Parse Tree level. Useful when you are comparing the output of two versions of a library implemented in different preprocessor libraries. This tool makes it simple to see if the compiled output of a stylus file matches the compiled output of a scss file.
The Generic Diff Format (GDIFF) is a proposal to W3C for a data format that is used to express the difference between two data streams, very often two different versions of a file. The GDIFF is defined as a set of commands that, when applied to an old version of a file, produ...