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Compare Files is a tool for comparing the lines in two text files.
Compare Files is a tool for comparing the lines in two text files. You may use it, for example, to compare two different versions of a HTML file. Or you might want to compare your iTunes library to a database of your audio CDs.
Whatever you want to compare, just get it into two text files (i.e. files in SimpleText format) and drag them to the Compare Files window. Compare Files will look through both files and display their contents next to each other, with any new, modified, or deleted lines appearing highlighted. See this screenshot for an example. It’s also possible to apply single blocks of non-matching lines from one file to the other.
Compare Files provides a number of options controlling its comparing behavior. For example, it can ignore slight differences such as additional spaces or blank lines, or it can skip comments in source code.
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