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How can I compare PHP files w/ OSX


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I couldn't live without BeyondCompare, which handles code comparison brilliantly!

 

HTH,

 

Terry

Terry Kluytmans

 

Contribs Installed: Purchase Without Account (PWA); Big Images, Product Availability, Description in Product Listing, Graphical Infobox, Header Tags Controller, Login Box, Option Type Feature, plus many layout changes & other mods of my own, like:

 

Add order total to checkout_shipment

Add order total to checkout_payment

Add radio buttons at checkout_shipping (for backorder options, etc.)

Duplicate Table Rate Shipping Module

Better Product Review Flow

 

* If at first you don't succeed, find out if there's a prize for the loser. *

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I was going to recommend BBedit, but was beat to the punch. Their free version, TextWrangler, will do diffs as well. This is a nice, free app. You should get this for sure. Make sure you use the "multi file search" under find. For example, if you want to find all instances of "ACCOUNT_GENDER" in the catalog, you would add the catalog folder to the "multi file search" box, then search for ACCOUNT_GENDER. It will searh all the files in /catalog/ and give you a nice list of the results and show you where in each file the results are located. Invaluable for finding stuff in osC and finding where you made changes.

 

Also, you should have xCode as an optional install and it should do diffs as well and much, much more... definitely overkill.

 

Finally, you can fire up the terminal and do a good old fashioned "diff" on two files. Type "man diff" for how to use it.

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I was going to recommend BBedit, but was beat to the punch. Their free version, TextWrangler, will do diffs as well. This is a nice, free app. You should get this for sure. Make sure you use the "multi file search" under find. For example, if you want to find all instances of "ACCOUNT_GENDER" in the catalog, you would add the catalog folder to the "multi file search" box, then search for ACCOUNT_GENDER. It will searh all the files in /catalog/ and give you a nice list of the results and show you where in each file the results are located. Invaluable for finding stuff in osC and finding where you made changes.

 

Also, you should have xCode as an optional install and it should do diffs as well and much, much more... definitely overkill.

 

Finally, you can fire up the terminal and do a good old fashioned "diff" on two files. Type "man diff" for how to use it.

 

Very nice, thanks all..... I now have the new BBedit 8.0 and it is pretty killer, don't know how I lived without it.......thanks again

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