I don’t know about you, but I like diff -p . Having used it for years, I can read these diffs like a text, while diffs without -p often need to have the original file opened side by side, just to get enough of the context.
Loving diff -p so much, I want to see it
everywhere (evil laughter). Alas, in bzr only
diff command can easily use -p,
just run it as
bzr diff --diff-options=-p or store
it as an alias in the
Actually, for an alias there is a better, although more verbose, alternative:
[ALIASES] diff = "diff --diff-options='-F ^[[:alpha:]$_].*[^:]$'"
Unlike simple -p it will not think that a word
ending with a semicolon (like a label or, say,
public: and …