Projects / BeeDiff


BeeDiff (beediff) is a program with graphical user interface (GUI) for comparing and merging files. User have the possibilty to work with two text files, each in separate panel. Panels are side by side. All differences of both texts are highlighted in color. Operation buttons (such as merge and remove) are located directly inside the compared texts in appropriate positions. The program is user-friendly, very simple, and efficient.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Sep 2008 08:25

    Release Notes: A new configuration option was added. Input text can now be treated as encoded in UTF-8 rather than the local 8-bit encoding.

    •  29 Jun 2008 15:14

      Release Notes: Viewer behavior after merge operations has been fixed.

      •  06 Apr 2008 21:28

        Release Notes: This release has new mouse behaviour over indicator areas. It is possible to set how changed words inside a changed line should be displayed. Now operation marks (inside a code) can be vertically centered in changed area. A new appearance for connectors between both viewers (a Bezier curve) has been implemented. The last 3 features can be set in the Configure dialog.

        •  01 Apr 2008 21:48

          Release Notes: Numeration of text lines was implemented (on/off, on by default). Enabling/disabling of synchronized scrolling was implemented (enabled by default). Now every text window has its own 'save' button. The drag and drop mechanism has been corrected. Many optimizations for speed were made.

          •  17 Mar 2008 12:46

            Release Notes: Automation for merging (merge all to right/to left) and deleting (delete all on right/on left) operations was implemented. When both files are identical (on load or after merging), the program displays information. A new algorithm for synchronized scrolling was implemented. The word comparing algorithm for changed lines has been completely rewritten. Statistic updating after every operation was corrected.

            Recent comments

            26 Feb 2008 13:42 Tinkster

            You could mention somewhere which Qt version it needs. :}

            At this time 3.x is still most common, and Qt-4 a rarity.


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