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SSDIFF(1)			     GNOME			     SSDIFF(1)

NAME
       ssdiff -	compare	two spreadsheets

SYNOPSIS
       ssdiff  [OPTIONS] OLDFILE NEWFILE

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page	briefly	documents the ssdiff command.

       ssdiff  is  a command line utility to compare two spreadsheets and list
       their differences

OPTIONS
       This program follows the	usual GNU command  line	 syntax,  with	single
       letter  options	starting  with	a single dash (`-') and	longer options
       starting	with two dashes	(`--').

   Output options
       -x, --xml
	      Display differences in xml format

   Help	options
       -V, --version
	      Display ssdiff's version

       -?, --help
	      Display the supported options

EXAMPLE
       To compare an old version of a file with	a newer	file, run:

       ssdiff old.gnumeric new.gnumeric

       The exit	code will be 0 if no differences were found, 1 if  differences
       were found, and 2 in case of trouble.

LICENSE
       ssdiff is licensed under	the terms of the General Public	License	(GPL),
       version 2 or 3. For information on this license look at the source code
       that came with the software or see the GNU project page <http://
       www.gnu.org>.

COPYRIGHT
       The copyright on	ssdiff and the gnumeric	software and  source  code  is
       held by the individual authors as is documented in the source code.

AUTHOR
       ssdiff's	 primary  author  is Morten Welinder <terra@gnome.org>;	ssdiff
       builds on the gnumeric codebase.

SEE ALSO
       gnumeric(1), ssconvert(1), ssindex(1) ssgrep(1)

       The Gnumeric Homepage <http://www.gnome.org/projects/gnumeric/>.

       The GNOME project page <http://www.gnome.org/>.

gnumeric			  2012-12-24			     SSDIFF(1)

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