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wsdiff is a tool that produces a syntax-highlighted, self-contained, static HTML file that will show a colored, syntax-highlighted diff of two files or folders without external dependencies or javascript.

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wsdiff

A python script that produces a diff of two files or directories as a single, self-contained HTML file. The resulting diff works without Javascript and will automatically switch between inline and side-by-side formats depending on available screen space.

Installation

pip install wsdiff

Usage

usage: wsdiff [-h] [-b] [-s SYNTAX_CSS] [-l LEXER] [-L] [-t PAGETITLE]
                    [-o OUTPUT] [--header] [--content]
                    [old] [new]

Given two source files or directories this application creates an html page
that highlights the differences between the two.

positional arguments:
  old                   source file or directory to compare ("before" file)
  new                   source file or directory to compare ("after" file)

options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -b, --open            Open output file in a browser
  -s SYNTAX_CSS, --syntax-css SYNTAX_CSS
                        Path to custom Pygments CSS file for code syntax
                        highlighting
  -l LEXER, --lexer LEXER
                        Manually select pygments lexer (default: guess from
                        filename, use -L to list available lexers.)
  -L, --list-lexers     List available lexers for -l/--lexer
  -t PAGETITLE, --pagetitle PAGETITLE
                        Override page title of output HTML file
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Name of output file (default: stdout)
  --header              Only output HTML header with stylesheets and stuff,
                        and no diff
  --content             Only output HTML content, without header

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