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MFC: diff functionality

Posted on 2011-02-10
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Dear experts,

Could you please suggest where I can find code to add a file comparing functionality to my MFC application? I found some on internet, but could not make them work for me.

Thanks.
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Take a look at http://www.codeproject.com/KB/applications/difftool.aspx ("Diff tool"), it uses MFC and comes with full source code.
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Thank you for your answer. This is one of those I have tried. Though it works when I build and run it as a separate solution, I cannot build it as part of my project.
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typedef CTemplateArray <CFileLine*>            ArrayLines;
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error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before '<'
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What version of Visual Studio are you using?
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Oh, and which file/line was that?
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I am using VC 2008, so the problem happens after conversion.
File FilePartition.h, line 45.
Of course, this is only the first error I got.
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Hm, there's simply a

#include "Templates.h"

missing in 'FilePartition.h' - that's it (for that error, and probably for a lot more).
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Yes, that was it. Thank you very much. Now I can work on to make it really work for me.
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