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WinDiff

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The Windiff.exe utility graphically illustrates the differences between ASCII text files that you specify, or the difference between folders that contain ASCII text files, and is especially useful for comparing program source code.
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WinDiff is a graphical file comparison program published by Microsoft (from 1992)., and is distributed with Microsoft Windows support tools, certain versions of Microsoft Visual Studio and as source-code with the Platform SDK code samples. WinDiff was included in the Windows SDK (previously known as the Platform SDK, previously known as the Resource Kit) until Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4 (a.k.a. Windows SDK 7.1). Because portions of the Windows SDK were shipped in Visual Studio, WinDiff was also included in Visual Studio until Visual Studio 2010. WinDiff was removed from the Windows 8 SDK and therefore is not included in Visual Studio 2012 or any later version.

The Windiff.exe utility graphically illustrates the differences between ASCII text files that you specify, or the difference between folders that contain ASCII text files, and is especially useful for comparing program source code. You can use Windiff.exe to compare whole subfolder trees. The display shows either a summary of the comparison status of a list of files (outline mode) or a detailed line-by-line comparison of the files (expanded mode).

To compare two files by using Windiff.exe, follow these steps:

  1. Start Windiff.exe.
  2. On the File menu, click Compare Files.
  3. In the Select First File dialog box, locate and then click a file name for the first file in the comparison, and then click Open.
  4. In the Select Second File dialog box, locate and then click a file name for the second file in the comparison, and then click Open.

    The information in the right pane indicates whether there is a file difference.
  5. To view the actual file differences, click the first line in the Windiff.exe output results, and then on the Expandmenu, click Left File OnlyRight File Only, or Both Files.

    The color-coded results indicate what the file differences are.

To compare two folders by using Windiff.exe, follow these steps:

  1. Start Windiff.exe.
  2. On the File menu, click Compare Directories.
  3. In the Select Directories dialog box, type the two folder names that you want to compare in the Dir1 and Dir2boxes. If you want to include subfolders, click to select the Include subdirectories check box.

    The information in the right pane indicates the differences between the two folders.
  4. To view the actual file differences, click the line that you want in the Windiff.exe output results, and then on theExpand menu, click Left File OnlyRight File Only or Both Files.

    The color-coded results indicate what the file differences are.

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