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DIFFUSE(1)			Diffuse	Manual			    DIFFUSE(1)

NAME
       diffuse - graphical tool	for merging and	comparing text files

SYNOPSIS
       diffuse [-h | -?	| --help | -v |	--version]

       diffuse [--no-rcfile | --rcfile file] [[option...] | [file...]...]

DESCRIPTION
       Diffuse is a graphical tool for merging and comparing text files.
       Diffuse is able to compare an arbitrary number of files side-by-side
       and gives users the ability to manually adjust line matching and
       directly	edit files.  Diffuse can also retrieve revisions of files from
       Bazaar, CVS, Darcs, Git,	Mercurial, Monotone, RCS, Subversion, and SVK
       repositories for	comparison and merging.

OPTIONS
   Help	Options
       If a help option	is specified, it must be the only argument specified
       on the command line.  Diffuse will immediately quit after displaying
       the help	information.

       -h, -?, --help
	   Display usage information.

       -v, --version
	   Display version number and copyright	information.

   Configuration Options
       If a configuration option is specified, it must be the first argument
       specified on the	command	line.

       --no-rcfile
	   Do not read any initialisation files.

       --rcfile	file
	   Only	read initialisation commands from file file.

   General Options
       -c, --commit rev
	   Open	separate file comparison tabs for all files affected by	commit
	   rev from the	remaining paths	specified in the command line
	   arguments.

       -D, --close-if-same
	   Close all tabs with no differences.

       -e, --encoding codec
	   Use codec to	read and write files.

       -L, --label label
	   Display label instead of the	file name.

       -m, --modified
	   Open	separate file comparison tabs for all modified files from the
	   remaining paths specified in	the command line arguments.

       -r, --revision rev
	   Include revision rev	of the next file named in the command line
	   arguments in	a file comparison tab.

       -s, --separate
	   Open	all remaining files specified in the command line arguments in
	   separate file comparison tabs.

       -t, --tab
	   Start a new tab for any remaining files named in the	command	line
	   arguments.

       --line line
	   Start with line line	selected.

       --null-file
	   Create a blank file comparison pane.

   Display Options
       Display options specified in the	command	line arguments will override
       saved preference	values.

       -b, --ignore-space-change
	   Ignore changes to the amount	of white space.

       -B, --ignore-blank-lines
	   Ignore changes whose	lines are all blank.

       -E, --ignore-end-of-line
	   Ignore end of line differences.

       -i, --ignore-case
	   Ignore case differences in file contents.

       -w, --ignore-all-space
	   Ignore all white space.

FILE COMPARISON
       Use the File -> New 2-Way File Merge, File -> New 3-Way File Merge, and
       File -> New N-Way File Merge menu items to create additional tabs for
       comparing text files. File names	and revisions can be specified either
       in the command line arguments used to invoke Diffuse or in fields on
       the Open	File dialogue.

       Diffuse displays	files side-by-side inserting gaps to align similar
       lines of	text. Differences are highlighted with a different background
       colour.

   Comparison Summary
       A summary of the	compared files is located in the far right margin. The
       summary illustrates where gaps have been	inserted to align matching
       lines of	text and highlights differences	using colour. Manual edits are
       also highlighted	in green. A blue cursor	identifies the region
       currently being viewed. The viewed region can be	changed	by clicking
       anywhere	on the summary.

   Selecting
       Lines of	text can be selected using the mouse pointer or	keyboard.
       Select lines of text with the mouse pointer by clicking on a line.
       Click and drag to select	multiple lines.	Holding	down the shift key
       when clicking will extend the current selection.	Select lines using the
       keyboard	by pressing the	page up/down or	arrow keys. Extend the current
       selection by holding down the shift key and pressing the	page up/down
       or arrow	keys. Move the selection to an adjacent	file using the left
       and right arrow keys.

   Matching Lines
       The mouse pointer or keyboard can be used to manually align lines of
       text with adjacent files. To aligning lines of text using the mouse
       pointer,	select a line of text with the left mouse button, right	click
       on a line of text from an adjacent file,	and choose Align with
       Selection. To align lines of text using the keyboard, move the
       selection with the cursor keys, press the space bar to pick the current
       line of text, move the selection	with the cursor	keys to	a line of text
       in an adjacent file, and	press the space	bar to pick the	target line of
       text. Pressing the Escape key will cancel the operation.

       Use the Isolate menu item to prevent the	selected lines from being
       matched with any	lines from the adjacent	files.

   Editing
       Press the Enter key or double-click on a	text area to enter text
       editing mode. The cursor	will change to indicate	text editing mode and
       the status bar at the bottom of the window will display the cursor's
       column position.

       In text editing mode, text can be selected with the mouse pointer by
       click and dragging. The current selection can be	extended by holding
       down the	shift key and moving the cursor	by clicking with the mouse
       pointer or pressing any of the arrow, home, end or page up/down keys.
       Individual words	can be selected	by double-clicking on them with	the
       mouse pointer. Whole lines can be selected by triple-clicking on	them
       with the	mouse pointer.

       Modify text by typing on	the keyword. Modified lines will be
       highlighted in green. Use the Undo and Redo menu	items to undo and redo
       the previously preformed	operations.

       Press the Escape	key or click on	another	file's text area using the
       left mouse button to leave editing mode.

   Merging
       Use the difference buttons or menu items	to navigate between blocks of
       differences within a file. When navigating, Diffuse will	move the
       selection to the	next continuous	set of lines with differences or
       edits.

       Use the merge buttons or	menu items to copy blocks of text into the
       selected	range of lines.	The Undo and Redo menu items can be used to
       undo and	redo the previously preformed operations. All changes to a set
       of lines	can be reverted	using the Clear	Edits menu item	regardless of
       the order the edits were	performed.

VERSION	CONTROL
       Diffuse can retrieve file revisions from	several	version	control
       systems via their command line interface. The Microsoft Windows build
       of Diffuse is able to use both the Cygwin and native versions of	the
       supported version control systems. When using Diffuse with Cygwin,
       ensure Diffuse's	Cygwin preferences correctly describe your system. If
       the Update paths	for Cygwin preference exists for a version control
       system, it must be enabled to use the Cygwin version.

       Version control systems are sensitive to	the system path	and other
       environment variable settings. The Launch from a	Bash login shell
       preference may be used to easily	set the	environment for	Cygwin version
       control systems.

   Viewing Uncommitted Modifications
       The -m option will cause	Diffuse	to open	comparison tabs	for each file
       the version control system indicates has	uncommitted modifications.
       This is convenient for reviewing	all changes before committing or
       resolving a merge conflict. If no paths are specified the current
       working directory will be used. For example, view all of	your
       uncommitted modifications with this command line:

	   $ diffuse -m

       The default revision of a file will be used for comparison if only one
       file is specified. For example, this will display a 2-way merge between
       the default revision of foo.C and the local foo.C file:

	   $ diffuse foo.C

   Specifying Revisions
       The -r option may also be used to explicitly specify a particular file
       revision. Any revision specifier	understood by the version control
       system may be used. The local file will be used for comparison if only
       one file	revision is specified. For example, this will display a	2-way
       merge between revision 123 of foo.C and the local foo.C file:

	   $ diffuse -r	123 foo.C

       Multiple	file revisions can be compared by specifying multiple -r
       options.	For example, this will display a 2-way merge between revision
       123 of foo.C and	revision 321 of	foo.C:

	   $ diffuse -r	123 -r 321 foo.C

       Local files can be mixed	with files from	the version control system.
       For example, this will display a	3-way merge between revision
       MERGE_HEAD of foo.C, the	local foo.C file, and revision HEAD of foo.C:

	   $ diffuse -r	MERGE_HEAD foo.C foo.C -r HEAD foo.C

       For the -c option may be	used to	easily specify a pair of sequential
       revisions. For example, this will display a 2-way merge between
       revision	1.2.2 of foo.C and revision 1.2.3 of foo.C:

	   $ diffuse -c	1.2.3 foo.C

       Diffuse does not	limit the number of panes that can be used for
       comparing files.	The inputs to a	Git octopus merge could	be viewed with
       a command line like this:

	   $ diffuse -r	HEAD^1 -r HEAD^2 -r HEAD^3 -r HEAD^4 -r	HEAD^5 foo.C

RESOURCES
       Resources can be	used to	customise several aspects of Diffuse's
       appearance and behaviour	such as	changing the colours used in the user
       interface, customising the keyboard shortcuts, adding or	replacing
       syntax highlighting rules, or changing the mapping from file extensions
       to syntax highlighting rules.

       When Diffuse is started,	it will	read commands from the system wide
       initialisation file /etc/diffuserc (%INSTALL_DIR%\diffuserc on
       Microsoft Windows) and then the personal	initialisation file
       ~/.config/diffuse/diffuserc (%HOME%\.config\diffuse\diffuserc on
       Microsoft Windows). This	behaviour can be changed with the --no-rcfile
       and --rcfile configuration options. A Bourne shell-like lexical
       analyser	is used	to parse initialisation	commands. Comments and special
       characters can be embedded using	the same style of escaping used	in
       Bourne shell scripts.

   General
       import file
	   Processes initialisation commands from file.	Initialisation files
	   will	only be	processed once.

   Key Bindings
       keybinding context action key_combination
	   Binds a key combination to action when used in context. Specify
	   Shift and Control modifiers by prepending Shift+ and	Ctrl+ to
	   key_combination respectively. Keys normally modified	by the Shift
	   key should be specified using their modified	value if
	   key_combination involves the	Shift key. For example,	Ctrl+g and
	   Shift+Ctrl+G. Remove	bindings for key_combination by	specifying
	   None	for the	action.

       Menu Item Key Bindings
	   Use menu for	the context to define key bindings for menu items. The
	   following values are	valid for action:

	   open_file
	       File -> Open File...  menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+o

	   open_file_in_new_tab
	       File -> Open File In New	Tab...	menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+t

	   open_modified_files
	       File -> Open Modified Files...  menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+O

	   open_commit
	       File -> Open Commit...  menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+T

	   reload_file
	       File -> Reload File menu	item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+R

	   save_file
	       File -> Save File menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+s

	   save_file_as
	       File -> Save File As...	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+A

	   save_all
	       File -> Save All	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+S

	   new_2_way_file_merge
	       File -> New 2-Way File Merge menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+2

	   new_3_way_file_merge
	       File -> New 3-Way File Merge menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+3

	   new_n_way_file_merge
	       File -> New N-Way File Merge menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+4

	   close_tab
	       File -> Close Tab menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+w

	   undo_close_tab
	       File -> Undo Close Tab menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+w

	   quit
	       File -> Quit menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+q

	   undo
	       Edit -> Undo menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+z

	   redo
	       Edit -> Redo menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Z

	   cut
	       Edit -> Cut menu	item

	       Default:	Ctrl+x

	   copy
	       Edit -> Copy menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+c

	   paste
	       Edit -> Paste menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+v

	   select_all
	       Edit -> Select All menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+a

	   clear_edits
	       Edit -> Clear Edits menu	item

	       Default:	Ctrl+r

	   dismiss_all_edits
	       Edit -> Dismiss All Edits menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+d

	   find
	       Edit -> Find...	menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+f

	   find_next
	       Edit -> Find Next menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+g

	   find_previous
	       Edit -> Find Previous menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+G

	   go_to_line
	       Edit -> Go To Line...  menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+L

	   preferences
	       Edit -> Preferences menu	item

	       Default:	None

	   no_syntax_highlighting
	       View -> Syntax Highlighting -> None menu	item

	       Default:	None

	   syntax_highlighting_syntax
	       View -> Syntax Highlighting -> syntax menu item

	       Default:	None

	   realign_all
	       View -> Realign All menu	item

	       Default:	Ctrl+l

	   isolate
	       View -> Isolate menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+i

	   first_difference
	       View -> First Difference	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Up

	   previous_difference
	       View -> Previous	Difference menu	item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Up

	   next_difference
	       View -> Next Difference menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Down

	   last_difference
	       View -> Last Difference menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Down

	   first_tab
	       View -> First Tab menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Page_Up

	   previous_tab
	       View -> Previous	Tab menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Page_Up

	   next_tab
	       View -> Next Tab	menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Page_Down

	   last_tab
	       View -> Last Tab	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Page_Down

	   shift_pane_right
	       View -> Shift Pane Right	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+parenleft

	   shift_pane_left
	       View -> Shift Pane Left menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+parenright

	   convert_to_upper_case
	       Format -> Convert To Upper Case menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+u

	   convert_to_lower_case
	       Format -> Convert To Lower Case menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+U

	   sort_lines_in_ascending_order
	       Format -> Sort Lines In Ascending Order menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+y

	   sort_lines_in_descending_order
	       Format -> Sort Lines In Descending Order	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Y

	   remove_trailing_white_space
	       Format -> Remove	Trailing White Space menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+k

	   convert_tabs_to_spaces
	       Format -> Convert Tabs To Spaces	menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+b

	   convert_leading_spaces_to_tabs
	       Format -> Convert Leading Spaces	To Tabs	menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+B

	   increase_indenting
	       Format -> Increase Indenting menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+greater

	   decrease_indenting
	       Format -> Decrease Indenting menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+less

	   convert_to_dos
	       Format -> Convert To DOS	Format menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+E

	   convert_to_mac
	       Format -> Convert To Mac	Format menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+C

	   convert_to_unix
	       Format -> Convert To Unix Format	menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+e

	   copy_selection_right
	       Merge ->	Copy Selection Right menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Right

	   copy_selection_left
	       Merge ->	Copy Selection Left menu item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+Left

	   copy_left_into_selection
	       Merge ->	Copy Left Into Selection menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Right

	   copy_right_into_selection
	       Merge ->	Copy Right Into	Selection menu item

	       Default:	Ctrl+Left

	   merge_from_left_then_right
	       Merge ->	Merge From Left	Then Right menu	item

	       Default:	Ctrl+m

	   merge_from_right_then_left
	       Merge ->	Merge From Right Then Left menu	item

	       Default:	Shift+Ctrl+M

	   help_contents
	       Help -> Help Contents menu item

	       Default:	F1

	   about
	       Help -> About menu item

	       Default:	None

       Line Editing Mode Key Bindings
	   Use line_mode for the context to define key bindings	for line
	   editing mode. The following values are valid	for action:

	   enter_align_mode
	       enter alignment editing mode

	       Default:	space

	   enter_character_mode
	       enter character editing mode

	       Defaults: Return, KP_Enter

	   first_line
	       move cursor to the first	line

	       Defaults: Home, g

	   extend_first_line
	       move cursor to the first	line, extending	the selection

	       Default:	Shift+Home

	   last_line
	       move cursor to the last line

	       Defaults: End, Shift+G

	   extend_last_line
	       move cursor to the last line, extending the selection

	       Default:	Shift+End

	   up
	       move cursor up one line

	       Defaults: Up, k

	   extend_up
	       move cursor up one line,	extending the selection

	       Defaults: Shift+Up, Shift+K

	   down
	       move cursor down	one line

	       Defaults: Down, j

	   extend_down
	       move cursor down	one line, extending the	selection

	       Defaults: Shift+Down, Shift+J

	   left
	       move cursor left	one file

	       Defaults: Left, h

	   extend_left
	       move cursor left	one file, extending the	selection

	       Default:	Shift+Left

	   right
	       move cursor right one file

	       Defaults: Right,	l

	   extend_right
	       move cursor right one file, extending the selection

	       Default:	Shift+Right

	   page_up
	       move cursor up one page

	       Defaults: Page_Up, Ctrl+u

	   extend_page_up
	       move cursor up one page,	extending the selection

	       Defaults: Shift+Page_Up,	Shift+Ctrl+u

	   page_down
	       move cursor down	one page

	       Defaults: Page_Down, Ctrl+d

	   extend_page_down
	       move cursor down	one page, extending the	selection

	       Defaults: Shift+Page_Down, Shift+Ctrl+d

	   delete_text
	       delete the selected text

	       Defaults: BackSpace, Delete, x

	   first_difference
	       select the first	difference

	       Defaults: Ctrl+Home, Shift+P

	   previous_difference
	       select the previous difference

	       Default:	p

	   next_difference
	       select the next difference

	       Default:	n

	   last_difference
	       select the last difference

	       Defaults: Ctrl+End, Shift+N

	   clear_edits
	       clear all edits from the	selected lines

	       Default:	r

	   copy_selection_left
	       copy lines from the selection into the file on the left

	       Default:	None

	   copy_selection_right
	       copy lines from the selection into the file on the right

	       Default:	None

	   copy_left_into_selection
	       copy lines from the file	on the left into the selection

	       Default:	Shift+L

	   copy_right_into_selection
	       copy lines from the file	on the right into the selection

	       Default:	Shift+H

	   merge_from_left_then_right
	       merge lines from	file on	the left then file on the right

	       Default:	m

	   merge_from_right_then_left
	       merge lines from	file on	the right then file on the left

	       Default:	Shift+M

	   isolate
	       isolate the selected lines

	       Default:	i

       Alignment Editing Mode Key Bindings
	   Use align_mode for the context to define key	bindings for alignment
	   editing mode. The following values are valid	for action:

	   enter_line_mode
	       enter line editing mode

	       Default:	Escape

	   enter_character_mode
	       enter character editing mode

	       Defaults: Return, KP_Enter

	   first_line
	       move cursor to the first	line

	       Default:	g

	   last_line
	       move cursor to the last line

	       Default:	Shift+G

	   up
	       move cursor up one line

	       Defaults: Up, k

	   down
	       move cursor down	one line

	       Defaults: Down, j

	   left
	       move cursor left	one file

	       Defaults: Left, h

	   right
	       move cursor right one file

	       Defaults: Right,	l

	   page_up
	       move cursor up one page

	       Defaults: Page_Up, Ctrl+u

	   page_down
	       move cursor down	one page

	       Defaults: Page_Down, Ctrl+d

	   align
	       align the selected line to the cursor position

	       Default:	space

       Character Editing Mode Key Bindings
	   Use character_mode for the context to define	key bindings for
	   character editing mode. The following values	are valid for action:

	   enter_line_mode
	       enter line editing mode

	       Default:	Escape

   Strings
       string name value
	   Declares a string resource called name with value value.

       Used String Resources
	   The following string	resources are used by Diffuse:

	   difference_colours
	       a list of colour	resources used to indicate differences

	       Default:	difference_1 difference_2 difference_3

   Colours
       [ colour	| color	] name red green blue
	   Declares a colour resource called name. Individual colour
	   components should be	expressed as a value between 0 and 1.

       Used Colour Resources
	   The following colour	resources are used by Diffuse:

	   alignment
	       colour used to indicate a line picked for manual	alignment

	       Default:	1 1 0

	   character_selection
	       colour used to indicate selected	characters

	       Default:	0.7 0.7	1

	   cursor
	       colour used for the cursor

	       Default:	0 0 0

	   difference_1
	       colour used to identify differences between the first pair of
	       files

	       Default:	1 0.625	0.625

	   difference_2
	       colour used to identify differences between the second pair of
	       files

	       Default:	0.85 0.625 0.775

	   difference_3
	       colour used to identify differences between the third pair of
	       files

	       Default:	0.85 0.775 0.625

	   edited
	       colour used to indicate edited lines

	       Default:	0.5 1 0.5

	   hatch
	       colour used for indicating alignment gaps

	       Default:	0.8 0.8	0.8

	   line_number
	       colour used for line numbers

	       Default:	0 0 0

	   line_number_background
	       background colour for the line number area

	       Default:	0.75 0.75 0.75

	   line_selection
	       colour used to indicate selected	lines

	       Default:	0.7 0.7	1

	   map_background
	       background colour for the map area

	       Default:	0.6 0.6	0.6

	   margin
	       colour used to indicate the right margin

	       Default:	0.8 0.8	0.8

	   preedit
	       pre-edit	text colour

	       Default:	0 0 0

	   text
	       regular text colour

	       Default:	0 0 0

	   text_background
	       background colour for the text area

	       Default:	1 1 1

   Floating Point Values
       float name value
	   Declares a floating point resource called name with value value.

       Used Floating Point Resources
	   The following floating point	resources are used by Diffuse:

	   alignment_opacity
	       opacity used when compositing the manual	alignment colour

	       Defaults: 1

	   character_difference_opacity
	       opacity used when compositing character difference colours

	       Defaults: 0.4

	   character_selection_opacity
	       opacity used when compositing the character selection colour

	       Defaults: 0.4

	   edited_opacity
	       opacity used when compositing the edited	line colour

	       Defaults: 0.4

	   line_difference_alpha
	       alpha value used	when compositing line difference colours

	       Defaults: 0.3

	   line_selection_opacity
	       opacity used when compositing the line selection	colour

	       Defaults: 0.4

   Syntax Highlighting
       syntax name [initial_state default_tag]
	   Declares a new syntax style called name. Syntax highlighting	uses a
	   simple state	machine	that transitions between states	when certain
	   patterns are	matched. The initial state for the state machine will
	   be initial_state. All characters not	matched	by a pattern will be
	   tagged as default_tag for highlighting. The syntax style called
	   name	can be removed by omitting initial_state and default_tag.

       syntax_files name [pattern]
	   Specifies that files	with a name matching pattern should be
	   highlighted using the syntax	style called name. Patterns used to
	   match files for use with the	syntax style called name can be
	   removed by omitting pattern.

       syntax_magic name [pattern [ignorecase]]
	   Specifies that files	with a first line matching pattern should be
	   highlighted using the syntax	style called name. Patterns used to
	   match files for use with the	syntax style called name can be
	   removed by omitting pattern.

       syntax_pattern name initial_state final_state tag pattern [ignorecase]
	   Adds	a pattern to the previously declared syntax style. Patterns
	   are tried one at a time in the order	they were declared until the
	   first match is found. A pattern will	only be	used to	match
	   characters if the state machine is in the state initial_state. The
	   state machine will transition to final_state	if the pattern defined
	   by pattern is matched. Case insensitive pattern matching will be
	   used	if ignorecase is specified. All	characters matched by the
	   pattern will	be tagged as tag for highlighting.

FILES
       The following files are used by Diffuse:

       /etc/diffuserc
	   system wide initialisations (%INSTALL_DIR%\diffuserc	on Microsoft
	   Windows)

       /usr/share/diffuse/syntax/*.syntax
	   syntax files	for various languages (%INSTALL_DIR%\syntax\*.syntax
	   on Microsoft	Windows)

       ~/.config/diffuse/diffuserc
	   your	initialisations	(%HOME%\.config\diffuse\diffuserc on Microsoft
	   Windows)

       ~/.config/diffuse/prefs
	   your	saved preferences (%HOME%\.config\diffuse\prefs	on Microsoft
	   Windows)

       ~/.local/share/diffuse/state
	   data	persistent across sessions (%HOME%\.local\share\diffuse\state
	   on Microsoft	Windows)

AUTHOR
       Diffuse was written by Derrick Moser <derrick_moser@yahoo.com>.

       (C) 2006-2014 Derrick Moser. All	Rights Reserved.

COPYING
       Diffuse is free software; you may redistribute it and/or	modify it
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
       Free Software Foundation; either	version	2 of the licence, or (at your
       option) any later version.

diffuse	0.4.8			  2014-07-18			    DIFFUSE(1)

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