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       diffoscope - in-depth comparison of files, archives, and directories


          diffoscope    [-h]    [--version]    [--debug]    [--html   output]   [--text   output]
          [--max-report-size bytes] [--css url] file1 file2


       diffoscope will try to get to the bottom of what makes files or directories different.  It
       will  recursively  unpack archives of many kinds and transform various binary formats into
       more human readable form to compare them. It can compare two tarballs, ISO images, or  PDF
       just as easily.

       It  can  be  scripted  through error codes, and a report can be produced with the detected
       differences. The report can be text or HTML.  When no type of report  has  been  selected,
       diffoscope defaults to write a text report on the standard output.

       diffoscope  is  developed  as  part  of  the  “reproducible builds” Debian project and was
       formerly known as “debbindiff”.


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

              show program's version number and exit

              display debug messages

       --html output
              write HTML report to given file (use - for standard output)

       --text output
              write plain text report to given file (use - for standard output)

       --max-report-size BYTES
              maximum bytes written in report (default: 2048000)

       --max-diff-block-lines MAX_DIFF_BLOCK_LINES
              maximum number of lines per diff block (default: 50)

       --max-diff-input-lines MAX_DIFF_INPUT_LINES
              maximum number of lines fed to diff (default: 100000)

       --fuzzy-threshold FUZZY_THRESHOLD
              threshold for fuzzy-matching (0 to disable, 60 is default, 400 is high fuzziness)

              treat absent files as empty

       --max-report-size bytes
              maximum bytes written in report

       --css url
              link to an extra CSS for the HTML report


       Exit status is 0 if inputs are the same, 1 if different, 2 if trouble.


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       Debian “Reproducible Builds” Team