BinDiff for Mac 1.1.3

BinDiff is a very small but effective application that can be deployed via command-line to have it compare different versions of a binary file.

BinDiff for Mac 1.1.3

BinDiff is a very small but effective application that can be deployed via command-line to have it compare different versions of a binary file.

As soon as the operation is complete, the BinDiff program generates a diff file that includes all the differences between the two items.

BinDiff is built from a single C-source file that compiles on the following platforms: UNIX, Windows 95/98/NT, OS/2, MSDOS, Macintosh. A command-line user-interface is used on the first three platforms; a point-and-click interface is used on Macintosh.

Creating a diff file is quite processor- and memory intensive. On the other hand, using a diff file to create the updated file is a very lightweight and fast process.

Diff files created on one platform can be used on another platform. For example, this allows you to create diff files on Macintosh for use on Windows systems.

   



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