Projects / JSBlend


JSBlend is a cross-platform, Web-based file comparison and merge tool written mostly in Javascript. It can display differences in two files and allow the user to selectively merge them by editing one of the files. While JSBlend is a general purpose diff/merge tool, it is especially suitable for managing conflicts in configuration files on servers after an update. Many server machines do not have any GUI framework installed, and are often run in headless mode on remote sites. Using desktop-based GUI tools for merging the conflicts is not always possible. JSBlend can be a very useful tool when either used standalone or embedded inside an existing administration console.

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  •  23 Oct 2007 01:58

    Release Notes: This release allows you to edit both files simultaneously. A new menu on the top gives access to commonly used functions like saving files, reloading diffs, etc.

    •  26 Sep 2007 22:42

      Release Notes: Support for password challenge for remote files over SCP on Linux. Support for HTTPS, which is also the preferred scheme for the Python server.

      •  15 Sep 2007 02:50

        Release Notes: This version supports reading and writing files from remote machines using SCP, HTTP, and HTTPS. A command line interface is now available to quickly launch JSBlend. Run 'python -h' for more information.

        •  07 Jul 2007 01:02

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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