Charles Plessy <email@example.com> (05/08/2009): > In my workplace's cafeteria, 99 % of the people eat curry rice with a > spoon, and 1 % with chopsticks. But this is causing no trouble, and > never the spoon users ask the chopsticks users to change their > instrument (and I can tell you that I do not leave a single grain of > rice when I eat my curry rice with chopsticks). Should we care? > I am all for campaigning for the unified diff format if there are > arguments on which I can base a discussion with Upstream, but a mere > cultural preference, be it the one of a very large majority, is a too > weak argument. According to a quick look at the diff wikipedia page, unified diffs appeared in GNU diff 1.15, released in January 1991. 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diff Time to move on? Anyway: Heard about the thing called “context”? Mraw, KiBi.
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