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NAME

       icdiff - terminal side-by-side colorized word diff

SYNOPSIS

       icdiff [options] left_file right_file

DESCRIPTION

       Show differences between files in a two column view.

OPTIONS

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --cols=COLS
              specify the width of the screen. Autodetection is Unix only

       --encoding=ENCODING
              specify the file encoding; defaults to utf8

       -E MATCHER, --exclude-lines=MATCHER
              Do  not  diff  lines  that match this regex. Not compatible with the 'line-numbers'
              option

       --head=HEAD
              consider only the first N lines of each file

       -H, --highlight
              color by changing the background color instead of the foreground color.  Very fast,
              ugly, displays all changes

       -L LABELS, --label=LABELS
              override  file  labels  with  arbitrary tags. Use twice, one for each file. You may
              include the formatting strings '{path}' and '{basename}'

       -N, --line-numbers
              generate output with line numbers. Not compatible with the 'exclude-lines' option.

       --no-bold
              use non-bold colors; recommended for solarized

       --no-headers
              don't label the left and right sides with their file names

       --output-encoding=OUTPUT_ENCODING
              specify the output encoding; defaults to utf8

       -r, --recursive
              recursively compare subdirectories

       --show-all-spaces
              color all non-matching whitespace including that which is not  needed  for  drawing
              the eye to changes.  Slow, ugly, displays all changes

       --tabsize=TABSIZE
              tab stop spacing

       -u, --patch
              generate patch. This is always true, and only exists for compatibility

       -U NUM, --unified=NUM, --numlines=NUM
              how many lines of context to print; can't be combined with --whole-file

       -W, --whole-file
              show the whole file instead of just changed lines and context

       --strip-trailing-cr
              strip any trailing carriage return at the end of an input line

       --color-map=COLOR_MAP
              choose    which    colors    are    used    for    which    items.    Default    is
              --color-map='add:green_bold,change:yellow_bold,desc
              ription:blue,line-numbers:white,meta:magenta,separator    :blue,subtract:red_bold'.
              You       don't       have       to       override       all        of        them:
              '--colormap=separator:white,description:cyan