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  1. Seeing as you are already talking about using this with other source control systems, I assume you will have separate pricing & availability from PlasticSCM.

    I always liked the look of XDiff & XMerge, but AFAICT they are only available as part of PlasticSCM. We use subversion & TFS, so there's no way I could purchase PlasticSCM licenses purely to get access to the diff tools!

    Thanks!

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  2. C#, F#, and Javascript are the 3 languages I use at work so having F# support would be awesome!

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  3. you may already do this - but the tool should perform a text based merge if it cannot do a smart merge for a given file.

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  4. It would be great to have C++ support

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  5. I was really excited about the project but disappointing when i realized I couldn't use it on Linux.

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  6. We have detected that, running in some Windows 7 dev machine, the rendering is all broken. We are already working on it.

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  7. Title says it all, seems to default to the x86 (32bits) branch of program files where plastic itself is not installed on 64 bits systems.

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  8. "Our goal is to develop GUIs for MacOS X next and later Linux, depending on what users demand… so it is your call! :-)"

    This is my call! :)

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  9. The syntax highlighting could be inferred from the file extension if present.

    Example: .cs, .java, .h, .c, .cpp would default to the C# / Java / C option.

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