I like SourceTree and I use it with git.
I need to see intra-line diffs, i.e., diffs within a line. Currently, SourceTree only shows that the whole line has changed via a new line/removed line diff, which is not useful to me.
For example, if I change
Here is a bit of text.
Here is a lot of text.
the diff shown by SourceTree is
- Here is a bit of text.
+ Here is a lot of text.
That is not useful to me. I want the diff to highlight just (or also) the highlighted words within the line as in:
- Here is a *bit* of text.
+ Here is a *lot* of text.
I've used * to indicate highlighting of some sort (e.g. color or bold).
How do I turn this on or when can you add this to your product?
I am using SourceTree 18.104.22.168 on OS X 10.8.5 and git 22.214.171.124. SourceTree is setup with default options, which means that the visual diff tool is FileMerge.
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