I have binary files that should be text (they're exported logs), but I can't open it with less (it looks ugly - it looks like a binary file). I found that I could open it with vi and I can cat it (you'll see the actual logs), but what I'd really like to do is grep through them (without having to open up each one with vi and then perform a search). winmerge-svn — Subscribe to this list if you wish to receive notifications from Subversion This doesn't understand inserted content like a text diff tool, though, only changes to bytes. – endolith Feb 11 '16 at 21:16 2 @endolith and another thing to mention is that Total Commander costs $42 USD. – c00000fd Oct 14 '18 at 0:01 Subversion has locks, and they aren't just advisory. They can be enforced using the svn:needs-lock attribute (but can also be deliberately broken if necessary). It's the right solution for managing non-mergeable files. The company I work for stores just about everything in Subversion, and uses svn:needs-lock for all non-mergeable files.. I disagree with "locks are just a communication method". The first option is straight forward and acceptable for most but I want to look at option 2 here. Reading the docs you may jump straight in and use a command like cd /usr/local/tinderbox/scripts ./tc createPortsTree -p FreeBSD -u USER -m /usr/ports and get errors and no ports tree setup.
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