tag: diff

  • PSDdiff PSDdiff / free

    psdiff is a small tool that you install as a git hook — then, any time anyone makes a change to a psd file, psdiff automagically generates an accompanying png export of the modified file.

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    over 2 years ago, by CREEATION

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  • DiffPaste DiffPaste / free

    A side-by-side pastebin that allows for quick side-by-side diffs, while also allowing you to add versions and compare between versions. Also allows for subdomains, such as "php.diffpaste.com" to default to a particular language as the default for the paste.

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    about 3 years ago, anonymously

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  • Kaleidoscope Kaleidoscope / paid

    File diff and merge tools on Mac for source files, images and folders. Support various formats.

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    over 3 years ago, by Walkman

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  • RailsDiff RailsDiff / free

    When upgrading the version of Rails used in an application, it can be difficult to know precisely every detail that should be changed. This diff tool helps you with that by showing diffs of Rails versions.

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    over 3 years ago, anonymously

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  • Mergely Mergely / free

    Diff Is a tool that allows you to diff and merge documents online easily

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    over 4 years ago, by throwdrive

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  • Pretty Diff tool Pretty Diff tool / free

    A language aware difference tool that can provide accurate comparisons regardless of white space and comments

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    over 4 years ago, anonymously

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