Here is the best solution you'll get :) You need to download a program
called Beyond Compare. Then, create 2 empty text files on your desktop.
Copy/Paste the code from 1 source member into 1 of the text files, do the
same with the second. Then open up Beyond Compare and do a compare on
those two files. There is merging capability in Beyond Compare, I haven't
used it, so I'm not sure if it is available in the trial. Great program
for comparing source. It blows the RDP compare out of the water.

Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I

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[WDSCI-L] Trouble merging my changes


I have an RPGLE member that I have changed while another developper was
also changing it in another library. Now I have to insert my changes in
the production version of the member. I cannot use the compare feature as
the source is too large and too many changes have been made since I copied
the production version into my development library. So, I filter all my
changes by date. Now I know what to insert, but how do I find out where to
insert it? I can press ctrl w to see the line immediately above the
change, find that line in the target source and copy. Now to find the next
change I need to filter my changes again.

What am I doing wrong?

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