our Trustworthy cross-platform Merge Tool, SureMerge. The Guiffy
Merge Tool is available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux/Unix
systems. SureMerge provides trustworthy 3-way (auto) file
merging with change conflict detection and user editing/resolution.
Guiffy's Merge Tool software includes a command line
interface and API for seamless integration with other applications.
Guiffy's 3-way Merge Tool - SureMerge™
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Some of Guiffy's most advanced Merge Tool capabilities:
There are several Merge Tools. But, only a couple
are available on Windows, MacOS, and Linux/Unix. And only
SureMerge's original trustworthy algorithms support all of today's possible
file encoding formats and comes with a command line interface and API.
- Merge text files in over 150 encoding formats such
as Unicode-8, Unicode-16, MBCS, SJIS, Big5,
- Merge files with different end-of-line formats -
ignores end-of-line format differences.
- Some merge tools try to be "smart" and auto merge
changes when both versions added code at the same place.
- Attentions focus beyond Conflicts - SureMerge
detects changes close to one another, not just
those which overlap.
You may not need all of SureMerge's features
now... But, what about the future?
SureMerge is the only
merge tool designed from day one to provide a trustworthy
3-way auto-merge - which requires its own algorithm. Other
merge tools were developed as an enhancement to a diff tool
and try to apply its "unique anchors" file compare algorithm
for the 3-way merge solution. The authors of the "unique
anchors" compare algorithms admit, "applying the compare
algorithm to a 3-way merge is problematic". Put simply: Most
of the time, it works... Sometimes, it doesn't!
Here's a quote from one of
"... after trying this tool I'm sure it will save me hours
(if not days) of pain the next time I have to merge my own
TGE repository with the latest GG HEAD! ....I think it's
definitely worth the money!"
about our Trustworthy Merge Tool, SureMerge...
and cure those gotta do a merge blues...