ECMerge compares and merges safely your files and folders, side-by-side or 3-way. It provides syntax colouring for many languages, supports many office and archive formats, pretty prints XML. It generates patch / XML / HTML reports for review or reuse.
Version: 2.5ECMerge compares and merges local, FTP / S and SFTP or SCC repositories data, as text, images and folders. Unhandled formats can be compared byte per byte in the binary comparison view.
License: Free To Try $50.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
It compares side-by-side and 3-way. It is designed to make you work with multiple revisions of text files with ease and to keep multiple folder hierarchies in sync.
Your files and folders can be compared to a common ancestor to provide automatic merge and verification of evolutions of your code and data.
ECMerge saves automatically sessions and let you save your own named sessions to launch them again in one click or with the command line.
It generates reports in Unix patch, XML and HTML format for Text, Images and Folder Comparisons.
ECMerge is a complete solution to compare your Word files as well as merge your source code, applying patches with preview or producing CSV reports.
A shell extension is provided under Windows, OS X and Linux to select items to compare and launch ECMerge. A command line is provided to merge files and generate reports from batches.
A Standard version limited to side-by-side comparison exists. Runs on Windows, OS X, Linux&Solaris.
Version 2.5: Added SFTP support, Cocoa OSX port, Debian and RPM for Linux, web updates, bug fixes
Version 2.3: New improved user interface, new support for Finder/Service menu, Nautilus, Konqueror and Thunar extensions. New SCC conflict resolution feature. Bug fixes.
Version 2.2: Added file types (to ignore specific lines), added launcher, automatic sessions and workspaces, added Xtrcat converter for DOCX/SXW/ODT, scripting in contextual menus, folder view improvements
Version 2.1: Added Version Control browsing and checkout for CVS, SVN, VSS, Perforce, ionForge Evolution, Code Co-op (checkout only), scripting engine, unix patch import/preview, keyboard shortcuts. Improved command line support (textual reports, standard output usage)