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# edit the lines below to your liking
# $Id$
# mode - 0 for text, 1 for menu (support incomplete)
# note that you need dev-util/dialog installed
mode="0"
# Whether trivial/comment changes should be automerged
eu_automerge="yes"
# arguments used whenever rm is called
rm_opts="-i"
# arguments used whenever mv is called
mv_opts="-i"
# arguments used whenever cp is called
cp_opts="-i"
# pager for use with diff commands (see NOTE_2)
pager="less"
#pager=""
# For emacs-users
# diff_command="eval emacs -nw --eval=\'\(ediff\ \"%file1\"\ \"%file2\"\)\'"
#using_editor=1
# vim-users: you CAN use vimdiff for diff_command. (see NOTE_1)
#diff_command="vim -d %file1 %file2"
#using_editor=1
diff_command="diff -uN %file1 %file2"
using_editor=0
# vim-users: don't use vimdiff for merging (see NOTE_1)
merge_command="sdiff -s -o %merged %orig %new"
# EXPLANATION
#
# pager:
#
# Examples of pager usage:
# pager="" # don't use a pager
# pager="less -E" # less
# pager="more" # more
#
#
# diff_command:
#
# Arguments:
# %file1 [REQUIRED]
# %file2 [REQUIRED]
#
# Examples of diff_command:
# diff_command="diff -uN %file1 %file2" # diff
# diff_command="vim -d %file1 %file2" # vimdiff
#
#
# merge_command:
#
# Arguments:
# %orig [REQUIRED]
# %new [REQUIRED]
# %merged [REQUIRED]
#
# Examples of merge_command:
# merge_command="sdiff -s -o %merged %old %new" # sdiff
#
# NOTE_1: Editors such as vim/vimdiff are not usable for the merge_command
# because it is not known what filenames the produced files have (the user can
# choose while using those programs)
# NOTE_2: Make sure pager is set to "" when using an editor as diff_command!