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by Doug Ty ST2/ST3

Side-by-side file comparison & difference tool for ST2/3

Details

  • 1.12.1
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 6 months ago
  • 40 minutes ago
  • 2 years ago

Installs

  • Total 67K
  • Win 38K
  • OS X 20K
  • Linux 9K
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Windows 102 128 142 124 35 41 93 112 138 113 123 50 43 116 122 131 144 124 37 40 114 133 127 96 108 21 35 115 129 130 148 116 41 36 96 104 132 125 130 48 30 104 120 144 128 102
OS X 38 68 59 50 20 22 46 49 62 71 50 25 25 73 67 52 78 67 23 23 59 79 51 69 58 15 13 50 65 61 75 49 18 14 45 61 73 53 36 20 22 61 49 60 54 71
Linux 17 30 30 28 12 5 24 31 33 35 24 9 12 24 33 30 40 34 15 11 21 28 22 32 19 13 14 16 26 34 41 35 14 12 28 34 34 31 26 12 18 26 17 26 16 21

Readme

Source
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Compare Side-By-Side

This package adds a simple side-by-side comparison tool to Sublime Text 2 and 3.

Screenshot

Features

  • Easily select two tabs or selections to compare
  • Comparison results open in a new window
  • Empty lines added so common code lines up
  • Count number of lines changed
  • Highlighting of changed lines
  • Intra-line diff highlighting
  • Synchronized scrolling

Installation Options

  • Search for and install using Package Control (ctrl+shift+P, “Install Package”)
  • Clone or extract this repo to a new folder in your Sublime 'Packages' folder
    (Preferences -> Browse Packages)

Usage Options

  • Right click on a tab and select “Compare with…”
  • Right click somewhere in the active view and select “Compare with…”
  • Right click on a tab and select “Compare with active tab”
  • Highlight text, right click -> “Mark selection for comparison”
    • Mark a second selection, then right click -> “Compare selections”
  • Create two selections by holding CTRL, then “Compare selections”
  • From the command line: see README_COMMANDS.md
  • Jump to next: Alt+Shift+Down, Jump to previous: Alt+Shift+Up

Configuration

  • Highlight colours and other options can be configured in SBSCompare.sublime-settings
  • Hotkeys can be changed in the included Default (PLATFORM).sublime-keys files
  • To access: Preferences -> Package Settings -> Compare Side-By-Side