Alexander Skwar wrote:
> I'm using revelation on a system at work and at home. On those systems, I'd
> like to keep the revelation password lists in sync. To do so, I *normally*
> copy the file from @work to my system @home. But from time to time, I tend
> to forget that.
> Because of that, I'm looking for a way to compare those two files. I'd like
> to see all the entries that are duplicates or just the ones, that are
> in just one file; basically, a "diff" would be great. But for "diff" to
> work, I'd have to have the file in a "line format", ie. one entry per file.
> A CSV export would be fine for this.
I think just File->Export... and select XML. It will warn you about
exporting without any encryption, but you should be able to get two XML
files. You can then just do diff -u, or use something like meld