|Comparing and Merging Files with GNU diff and patch|
by David MacKenzie, Paul Eggert, and Richard Stallman
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220.127.116.11 An Example of Context Format
Here is the output of ‘diff -c lao tzu’ (see section 2.1 Two Sample Input Files, for the complete contents of the two files). Notice that up to three lines that are not different are shown around each line that is different; they are the context lines. Also notice that the first two hunks have run together, because their contents overlap.
*** lao 2002-02-21 23:30:39.942229878 -0800 --- tzu 2002-02-21 23:30:50.442260588 -0800 *************** *** 1,7 **** - The Way that can be told of is not the eternal Way; - The name that can be named is not the eternal name. The Nameless is the origin of Heaven and Earth; ! The Named is the mother of all things. Therefore let there always be non-being, so we may see their subtlety, And let there always be being, --- 1,6 ---- The Nameless is the origin of Heaven and Earth; ! The named is the mother of all things. ! Therefore let there always be non-being, so we may see their subtlety, And let there always be being, *************** *** 9,11 **** --- 8,13 ---- The two are the same, But after they are produced, they have different names. + They both may be called deep and profound. + Deeper and more profound, + The door of all subtleties!
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