semanticmerge

  1. Disable Oops! We do not support your language... yet!

    Would be nice to have the option to disable the dialog as it keeps coming up with known unsupported languages.

    E.G. csproj file in VS (just run the text diff)

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  2. Support for blank comparison

    Would be nice if you could start a blank comparison and then copy and paste code from different sources without saving to file like Meld.

    4 votes
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  3. JetBrains IDE Support (Intellij IDEA, Rider, CLion, WebStorm, AppCode)

    I would love to use this with my favorite IDE!

    6 votes
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  4. Allow me to reset machine license keys and create additional keys

    You've stated in a previousl request that you will allow us to request as many additial keys as we need since many of us have mutiple machines. Tha is an OK work around for now, but the request process is too cumbersone. ON top of that, if we reinstall Windows or get a new machine, which my team does often, then we need to request a reset of that key via email. This process needs dramatic improvement. At the very least, we need the ability to reset our own keys via the web interface and as added functionality, just allow…

    9 votes
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  5. unified diff

    Be able to view unified diff-files directly

    you should be able to directly take a look at unified diffs.
    if you run the command "git diff <commit>...<commit> >> changes.diff" you should be able to directly open that .diff-file. this would be really convenient.

    tortoiseSVN merge/diff for example is capeable of doing that.

    11 votes
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  6. Git merge driver

    Why not implementing Git merge drivers for real git integration?

    19 votes
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  7. Show blank lines to align text

    When blocks differ in number of lines, they aren't correctly aligned in the panels. Where new lines were added/removed, blank lines should be displayed (like BeyondCompare does) which helps comparing line-by-line.

    9 votes
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  8. Windows explorer context menu

    Most file diff applications have items in the windows explorer context menu to make it easier to launch the tool. It would be nice if semantic merge had something similar.

    17 votes
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  9. Ignore Whitespace should also ignore whitespace inside of lines as well

    "if (foo)" is semantically the same as "if ( foo )" but the diff counts those as changes when ignore whitespace is on.

    13 votes
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  10. Merge Visual studio solution files

    Be able to merge visual studio solution files (.sln).

    33 votes
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  11. TypeScript support

    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, popular among .NET developers and is typed. Support would be very handy

    117 votes
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  12. JavaScript, please!

    C# is nice, but JavaScript rules the front-end :)

    875 votes
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  13. Add support of merge xml files

    You should now that merging a xml file (or a visual studio resource file) is a pain :(

    679 votes
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  14. Merge project files

    That'd be nice if you'd help to merge project files (csproj, vbproj) that are generated by the IDE.

    431 votes
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  15. .cshtml files

    Used with ASP.NET MVC projects. They mix C# and HTML.

    106 votes
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  16. Dark color theme

    Just like the dark color theme in VS2012... Much easier to work with!

    122 votes
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  17. CSS / LESS support

    Order may sometimes be significant in CSS, but that's pretty rare in practice, I think. (Unlike F# and SQL, where order is very significant, and for which traditional differs may be better for.)

    139 votes
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  18. Merging Directories

    I want to merge each file in a directory (i.e. for different branches of the same code). I should be able to choose the files that I want to merge with filters (i.e. only source files, not images, etc).

    88 votes
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  19. Use external syntax/type checker/compiler to test if merge result is correct

    For strongly typed languages like Haskell (and probably for some others too) it would make sense to have the ability to check the merge result with the compiler or some other external tool and to fall back on a manual merge if it does not compile.

    96 votes
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  20. ASPX please!

    aspx and aspx.cs are a pretty common combination in the .Net world (even though I'm pushing the company toward MVC)

    21 votes
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