How can I extract differences between 2 folders ?
yavuz.maslak at netiletisim.net
Tue May 5 18:35:35 UTC 2009
First I am sorry writing folders instead of files.
as far as I see diff command compares differences line by line between 2
That's to say,
diff --suppress-common-lines -w -y a b
as above you see, A and B files contains the same strings but their's lines
I wish diff or another command not to display same values which are in
> First of all I suppose you're talking about 2 files, not folders.
> In which case the command you're using isn't looking so bad since it
> shows the differences between file "a" and file "b":
> > diff --suppress-common-lines -w -y a b
> abcde | xyasz
> But since you do not seem to be happy with the output - what should it
> look like?
> On Tue 05 May 2009, Yavuz Maşlak wrote:
>> I have two folders which contains some expressions in everyline as
>> File A:
>> File B:
>> As above some strings are same and some strings are different.
>> There are several differents between these two files.
>> When I run diff command "diff --suppress-common-lines -y -w file1 file2 >
>> fileresult" like I couldn't result right.
>> How can I extract differences between 2 folders ?
>> Which command do I need to use ?
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