mdiff is meant to fully support
wdiff, options have
been shuffled around so
mdiff could better merge both
wdiff options in a common scheme.
diff habits were
almost always favored in this option reorganisation.
wdiff2 is now a mere front-end to
mdiff that only
rewrites the options. The following notes apply.
wdiffversions up to ‘0.4’.
wdiffbecomes -A in
mdiff, -l becomes -k, -n becomes -m, -p becomes -o, -s becomes -v and -t becomes -z.
wdiff, respectively become -Y, -Z, -Q and -R in
wdiffand are not transmitted to
wdiffhas no equivalent in
mdiffmight have been directly called.
wdiffisn’t supported by