vimdiff command line options - wrap

I want vimdiff to wrap my text by default.

Is there a .vimdiffrc file?
Can I run vimdiff --wrap $file1 $file2 somehow to wrap lines?

While in vimdiff I can run the command
:set wrap

But I want this as the default and can not figure this out.
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woolmilkporcCommented:
Hi,

if I'm not completely mistaken vimdiff uses exactly the same options as vim does.

So your ~/.vimrc file will be used, if it's there.

It should contain a line "set wrap", and that's it.

There is no option --wrap, however.

wmp

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pmsguyAuthor Commented:
I tried updating the .vimrc and it does not work
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Maciej SsysadminCommented:

vimdiff -c "set wrap" -c "wincmd w" -c "set wrap" file1 file2

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