This feature is only available in the Master edition of ExamDiff Pro.
This dialog contains options for text file merge.
Dialog Box OptionsIgnore
When parts of a text file are ignored, they are not compared. These options in this section, as well as the Ignore white space in lines, Ignore lines, and Ignore parts of each line sections, can be quickly disabled/enabled with the Use Ignores command.
Consider upper- and lower-case to be the same.
- Linebreak styles
Ignore linebreak styles: CRLF (DOS/Windows) vs. LF (Unix) vs. CR (Mac).
Ignore all white space in lines.
Ignore leading white space in lines.
Ignore trailing white space in lines.
- Changes in amount
Ignore changes in the amount of white space in lines.
- Parts matching regular expression
Ignore, in each line, parts matching a specified regular expression. For instance, specifying //.* as a regular expression will make ExamDiff Pro ignore all single-line C++-style comments.
- Column ranges
Ignore, in each line, all text in a certain range of columns. Use a comma-separated list of individual ranges, each of which is either a single number or a pair of dash-separated numbers. You can also prefix a range with "1:" or "2:" to apply it only to the first or to the second file (by default ranges apply to both files). Examples:
- [m]-n is not a valid string, for any integers m and n.
View differences down to word or character level. Thus, if one letter is changed in a file, then you can choose whether only the line of the change is identified, the line and the word where the change occurred, or the line and the character where the change occurred. Alternatively, you can use the Detail Level drop-down toolbar button .
- Use plug-ins during comparison
Check this option if you want to use plug-ins during prior to comparing files for merging.
Use these options to alter the conflict resolution behavior from using center file to using left or right file. You can also automatically mark every conflict as resolved. Note that these options only apply to three-way merge.