An option available for reading file in a specific encoding is to have it set to "none". What does this mean?
"None" label is confusing since every data stream needs to be interpreted with an encoding, so it is for sure that an encoding is present at some point.
If this is a shortcut to a specific encoding detection, then "Automatic" could be a better label for it.2 votes
Everything works great for C#
Sometimes, however, semanticmerge makes my code ugly like the screenshot I attached.
It seems it has some problem on tab character merging or my fault.
any idea?2 votes
on semanticmerge.com is no explanation how to integrate it into visualstudio and/or beyondcompare.
this might be a good tool but without thorough explanation on how to integrate it into my and my colleuges working desktop it's just a useless nothingness.
best would be you get your a$$e$ up and create an automatic installer that fully integrates semanticmerge into common configurations.
i'm working for a global player company, hundreds of devs only in the branch where i work, but they don't buy licenses because of this!
think about it $$$...1 vote
Integrate with bitbucket. Will help tremendously with refactored code in pull requests. A web based gui will do the trick I believe1 vote
Trying to do a merge, it was not clear what "source", "destination" and "base" meant. I would change the names from source and destination to something less "judgmental" - kdiff uses A and B --> C. That seems intuitive and saves screen real estate.1 vote
Nemerle is a multi-paradigm programming language for .NET platform1 vote
how awesome would it be if you join forces with another tool vendor and create a full integration of your semantic diff (including moving things from one file to another) and a tool that helps during code reviews and tracks findings...
finally one could focus on real changes
ps: plastic scm is missing on their list of integrations
I'm doing some heavy duty Matlab refactoring, which is a realm of development that often takes place in realms outside of widely accepted software practices (http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/43733/who-organizes-your-matlab-code?rq=1). Having this sort of language aware difference checker would have greatly aided all the cross file, cleanup, rearchitecting refactoring I had to conduct.1 vote
On Windows, the close button ("x") does not extend all the way to the top right corner. This can cause me to "miss" the button and just click on the title bar. Can you enlarge this button to extend all the way to the top-right pixel. This is generally a good UI practice. Thanks!1 vote
I'm in the process of creating support for Clojure. If I opensource it, may get the licence for my team please?1 vote
Supporting distros is a pain as your repos are very outdated. Just release as a snap or flatpak and have it available everywhere.1 vote
Sometimes it would be nice to have the possibility to export the complete content of the visual diff window as an image.
The idea behind is to have the complete image (without the need for scrolling) to be able to either print, attach or present it somewhere, or e.g. send it by e-mail.1 vote
Sometimes, the diff panels on each file in semanticdiff are too narrow, even when hiding the Semantic Outline. Allowing horizontal scrolling with Shift + Mouse wheel would help reviewing long lines of code. A word wrap option would also do the job, although having both would be the best.1 vote
Provide a nice view of the changes in project.json files that are the new standard for DNX development.
Not looking for generic JSON support, just for the project files (although I wouldn't complain...)1 vote
May not work well with existing tool sets, immediately, but setup a service where rules and such can get set per client, and users have a way to merge up files. This would solve issues with clients for different platforms.1 vote
I would like web stack with
- No need to learn Github language
- FTP sync tool included.1 vote
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