> For example, just doing intra-file diffs is a lot _easier_ and less
> time-consuming than doing inter-file diffs.
Um ah ... could you explain what you mean by inter and intra file diffs?
Google found a three year old message by Andrew Morton, discussing
inter and intra file fragmentation on ext2/ext3 file systems and the
find_group_dir() routine. I don't think that's what you had in mind ;).
When I run the 'diff' command, it usually between two files, not between
two parts of a file. So I'd have thought inter file diffs were easier.
Clearly, I don't git it.
I won't rest till it's the best ...
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