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

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

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

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  5. Right now the samples on the website about splitting up a class are a bit unrealistic since they all include splitting the class up but keeping it all in the same file. In reality, we often move code to different files and still want to merge. SemanticMerge will be revolutionary if it can solve this problem.

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  6. Need support for Delphi Object Pascal pretty pretty please...!!

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  7. The C programming language is it's own thing! And implementing it would be way easier than C++, with all its object-orientation and template metaprogramming and multiple inheritances! Let's make this happen!

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  8. When there is changes in source and destination, you could see :

    • the code of the source and the diff with the source.
    • the code of the destination and the diff with the destination.

    The problem, is that you can't understand easily the problem without opening the first diff, then the second diff. And perhaps reopen the first diff,...

    A better way to understand the merge problem would be to have in the right pane a view that display the "diff view" that show a typical diff with lines differences

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  9. Please add support for PHP.

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  10. When comparing C# 5 files with async and await keywords, an error dialog pops up saying "The following parsing errors have been found, the trees could be inconsistent".

    The parsing errors are on functions that use the async / await keywords.

    Expected bahaviour: C# 5 has been out for a while now, so should be correctly parsed.

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  11. 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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  12. To be able to use keyboard to go over differences or do the merge. The need to use a mouse makes the process much longer

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    We have just launched a new release of SemanticMerge, check it out!

    • Accelerator keys have been implemented for every button.
    • Use the keyboard to go over differences.
    • Current window can be closed using the Esc key.

    And we will improve more in conflicts for next release too ;)

  13. Can you install automatically the semantic merge tool on install or in a option dialog.

    CodeCompare from devart does this already so it's much faster to setup and work with.

    http://www.devart.com/codecompare/

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  14. 44 votes
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  15. Between methods different developers have different standards for number of blank lines (1 is correct, others use 2 or more). These show up in diffs, but they are not semantic differences.

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  16. Many other diff tools allow you to refresh/reload code (ie: if you make small changes and you'd like to re-diff).

    Currently, you need to close and re-open the tool.

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  17. Please add support for c# 7

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  18. Maybe this is early question... But, when i requested license for beta , i've noticed "Valid for machine" line below the license code key. Will it remain for release? We live in era when we work everywhere and everytime, and not tied to particular machine. So personal licensing would be much more relevant and attractive for users.

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  19. I think that when there are no changes but in whitespace (not within string literals of course) SM shouldn't show that there are any difference.

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  20. Lets say I have a C# file that I have auto formatted to use spaces. Some other developer has auto formatted it to use tabs. This shows up as a merge conflict. I have to view the diff and choose "Ignore White Space and EOL" and semantic merge then marks it as "Resolved".

    It would be nice if semantic merge always did this or at least provided a command line switch that lets us turn this on if we want to. This way I can add it to my .gitconfig file if I know I will be working in a…

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