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A diff utility which works with binary files
Xdelta is an application program designed to compute changes between
files. These changes (deltas) are similar to the output of the
"diff" program in that they may be used to store and transmit only the
changes between files. However, unlike diff, the output of Xdelta is
not expressed in a human-readable format--Xdelta can also apply
these deltas to a copy of the original file. Xdelta uses a fast,
linear algorithm and performs well on both binary and text files.

Application versions: 
File xdelta_1.1.3-9_armel.deb27.38 KB04/08/2013 - 21:24

xdelta (1.1.3-9) unstable; urgency=low

[Jeff Bailey]

* rules: use autoreconf, not individual commands
* new config.{guess,sub}
* configure.in: fix glib linking

[Barry deFreese]

* build: switch to debhelper; cleanup lintian, standards level

[Guillem Jover]

* Switch from glib1.2 to glib2.0. Closes: #490257

[LaMont Jones]

* configure.in: fix glib check error
* build: no more debmake
* build: freshen autofiles
* build: don't build-dep on auto*
* drop autogenerated files from source control
* build: build-depend autotools-dev, drop config.{guess,sub} from source