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!
We have a community contributed parser! :-)
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.7 votes
It would be great to have C++ support634 votes
We have included C++ support in 126.96.36.199!!!
I was really excited about the project but disappointing when i realized I couldn't use it on Linux.421 votes
We have detected that, running in some Windows 7 dev machine, the rendering is all broken. We are already working on it.1 vote
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.1 vote
"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! :)510 votes
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.99 votes
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