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Option to "Show Whitespace" characters
I'd like to be able to show white space characters in the text merge tool.40 votes
Show the actual branch names too, not just local remote and base...
After two years of git usage I still get confused sometimes which branch the local, remote refers to, at a given moment. It would be nice to see like remote (branch1), local (branch22).33 votes
Merge project files
That'd be nice if you'd help to merge project files (csproj, vbproj) that are generated by the IDE.437 votes
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Used with ASP.NET MVC projects. They mix C# and HTML.109 votes
Dark color theme
Just like the dark color theme in VS2012... Much easier to work with!132 votes
We’ve started working on a dark theme! We will also allow the user to configure the colors :)
Ctrl+S for saving result file changes
When editing the result file, it would be very convenient to be able to save changes using Ctrl+S (Or Cmd+S on mac, when the mac tool is available).
Copy, paste and undo are already working.39 votes
HTML is a fundamental file type.51 votes
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
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).94 votes
aspx and aspx.cs are a pretty common combination in the .Net world (even though I'm pushing the company toward MVC)21 votes
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.99 votes
Ignore XML white space errors in C# comments
Merge tool complains about an extra space in c# xml comments. It should just ignore this triviality.
"XML comment has badly formed XML -- 'Whitespace is not allowed at this location'16 votes
Customizable keyboard shortcuts
I would like to be able to customize the keyboard shortcuts in the diff tool. Like making Ctrl+Up and Ctrl+Down to move between differences.40 votes
PowerShell function definitions are not order-dependant, other than requiring definition before use. Outside of functions, order is significant.35 votes
#if confuse the block toool
If a #if block exists before a modified function, the code within the #if is also grabbed when you view a diff. It is only grabbed on the destination file.21 votes
A web based gui
Integrate with bitbucket. Will help tremendously with refactored code in pull requests. A web based gui will do the trick I believe1 vote
Make Visual Diff more interactive
When comparing files with lots of changes, it would be helpful if the Visual Diff view is more interactive.
For example when you hover an arrow of some moved code (and there are lots of arrows shown), it would be helpful if that arrow gets highlighted, to easily follow the arrow to spot its target.
It would also be helpful if you can show and hide the different items (added, changed, removed, renamed items) that you are either interested in or not interested in (as that removes some complexity from the diff).3 votes
Allow export of Visual Diff view content as Image
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
Build and release as a snap or flatpak package for Linux
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
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