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bdiff



bdiff

 

file1

 

file2

 [

options

]

Compare file1 with file2 and report the differing lines. bdiff splits the files and then runs diff , allowing it to act on files that would normally be too large to handle. bdiff reads standard input if one of the files is - . See also diff .

Options

n

Split each file into n -line segments (default is 3500). This option must be listed first.

-s

Suppress error messages from bdiff (but not from diff ).


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