Is it possible to make the internal diff view for Sourcetree display word by word differences like the command line version of git: git diff --color-words? This would be VERY helpful for working with LaTex files.
If you're parsing the output of 'git diff' directly, wouldn't the addition of --word-diff=porcelain make parsing reliable?
I could have saved myself a lot of grief recently with word-level diff'ing. I'd love to still see the entire line be highlighted, but have the word-level changes be highlighted in a stronger color, like BBEdit does.
This is now 3 years on. Can we re-visit this issue and see if its now possible to implement?
If git command line can do it, surely SourceTree should be able to?
Also, Gitlab Web UI interface seems to be able to identify which words in a line have changed.
I have raised this as a feature request as this still does not seem to have been implemented 3 years on (2016).
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