Re: getting DIFF to work in WINDOWS
- Jonah wrote:
>Is "ed" style the standard style? I think you want "context" diffs. If
> i'm pretty sure the output format is correct: csdiff.exe,
> with the "Toutfile" option, produces standard unix "ed"
> style output. I think somehow I'm doing something wrong
> in the function I use for my "diffexpr".
> i just can't figure out what it is.
> *** BEGIN CODE *****
> set diffexpr=MyDiff()
> function! MyDiff()
> silent execute "!csdiff.exe /Toutfile " . v:fname_in . " " . v:fname_new .
> " > " . v:fname_out
> *** END CODE *****
you want to try another diff, known to work with vim on W95, try my tip:
HTH --Benji Fisher