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Old 01-26-2013, 10:53 PM   #1
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diff output format in two columns (/dev/ttyN)

Hi: what were the options that make diff to output in two columns, each file in a column?
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The diff man page shows the -y option as "Output in two columns" - is that what you're asking?
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Oh yes, thank you. I was temporarily using 'diff --minimal --context=1 --ignore-all-space'.

EDIT: Honestly, the output was in color, I remember. And the lines were not folded. Color does not matter.

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