diff - Windows command-line utility to give the differences of
diff [-c | -e | -f | -C n] [-b] [-r]file1file2
The diff(1w) utility compares the contents of
file1 and file2 and writes a list of changes
necessary to convert file1 into file2 to the standard
output. No output is produced if the files are identical.
The diff utility supports the following options:
Causes any amount of white space at the end of a line to be
treated as a single newline character (that is, the white-space
characters preceding the newline character are ignored); the other
strings of white-space characters, except newline characters,
compare as equal.
Produces output in a form that provides three lines of
Produces output in a form that provides n lines of
context (where n is interpreted as a positive decimal
Produces output in a form suitable as input for the ed
utility, which can be used to convert file1 into
Produces output in an alternative form, similar in format to
the -e option, but unsuitable as input for the
ed utility, and in the opposite order.
Applies diff recursively to files and directories of the
same name when file1 and file2 are both