Provided by: slack_0.15.2-9_all
slack-diff - compare file contents, modes, etc
slack-diff [OPTION]... FILE1 FILE2
A wrapper for diff that displays file modes and other metadata changes. -u -U NUM --unified[=NUM] Tell diff(1) to use unified output format. --diff PROG Use this program for diffing, instead of diff. --fakediff Make a fake diff for file modes and other things that are not file contents. Default is on, can be disabled with --nofakediff. -r --recursive Recursively compare any subdirectories found. -N --new-file Treat missing files as empty. Default is on, can be disabled with --nonew-file. --unidirectional-new-file Treat only missing files in the first directory as empty. --from-file Treat arguments as a list of files from which to read filenames to compare, two lines at a time. -0 --null Use NULLs instead of newlines as the separator in --from-file mode. --devnullhack You have a version of diff that can't deal with -N when not in recursive mode, so we need to feed it /dev/null instead of the missing file. Default is on, can be disabled with --nodevnullhack. --version Output version info. --help Output this help. FILES are `FILE1 FILE2' or `DIR1 DIR2' or `DIR FILE...' or `FILE... DIR'. If --from-file or --to-file is given, there are no restrictions on FILES. If a FILE is `-', read standard input.