I am new to all that.
I just want to compare two huge file and find the difference file. I want result exactly like: cygwin diff utility.
After a lot of searches, I direct to this forum. I am using win 7 64 bit and I recently download: cwRsync_5.4.1_x86_Free.
Now, I have readme text file that say: Unzip archive contents to a directory, update the supplied batch file
cwrsync.cmd. That's all you need to be able to start rsync from a command line.
How can I "update the supplied batch file cwrsync.cmd" and in which command line I can run it? windows? or cygwin?
I want steps or pre requirements to use rdiff.
Rsync is not a diff tool - it is for copying a file from source to destination by using its own network effective algorithm. Just search for rsync usage on the web, form a proper rsync command for your needs and add it to the cwrsync.cmd file to run it properly in a windows environment.
What about this link:
They use it to compare files. Please help me.
That post is about the tool rdiff which uses librsync. cwRsync is rsync on Windows, not an implementation of librsync library.
Sorry for that. Thanks a lot.