AthlantDiff compares sourcesSome version control systems do not support visualization of file version comparison. For example, you can not find such tool in CVS. However, most of them enable us to use external difference finders. AthlantDiff is a small, powerful and freeware tool, which is included into Devrace Athlant.

AthlantDiff supports 16 different kinds of text files:

  • Object Pascal (*.pas, *.dpr, *.dpk);
  • SQL (*.sql, *.ddl);
  • Delphi Text Forms (*.dfm);
  • C++ (*.cpp; *.h, *.hpp, *.c, *.bpr);
  • Inno Setup files (*.iss);
  • INI files (*.ini);
  • Assembler files (*.asm);
  • HTML files (*.html, *.hm);
  • XML files (*.xml);
  • Visual Basic Script (*.vbs);
  • Visual Basic (*.vb);
  • Java Script (*.js);
  • Java files (*.java);
  • PHP scripts (*.php);
  • PERL scripts (*.pl, *.pm);
  • IDL files (*.idl)

AthlantDiff compares Delphi Text Forms

Athlant Diff compares Inno Setup files

Easy-to-use:

AthlantDiff is very simple. If you would like to compare two files you should run:

diff.exe file1.ext file2.ext

And that is all! If the files are identical AthlantDiff will display the message: Files are identical. Otherwise you will visually see the differences.

Prices in Euro:

112 Professional
63.95 Personal

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I was looking for a way to integrate Clearcase with Delphi 7. The first product that I tried was Athlant. It worked extremely well; however, when I purchased the product, I received a newer version that was not compatible with my system. Athlant's customer service department provided me with a workaround until the problem could be diagnosed and resolved. When a new version was released, I was immediately contacted by support to give it a try. The newest version now works and has several nice new features such as auto-adding a header to new or existing files and hot-key configuration to check-out and check-in faster. I am currently the only developer in my company using this product, but I plan on spreading the word to other departments. Devrace has certainly developed an excellent product. >>

Dan Gardner - Software Developer