This tool is free:
free (GPLv2), although the pre-compiled versions require a donation be made
uses Java for cross platform goodness
split functionality - page by page, n pages at a time, split by size, by bookmarks
merge functionality - select a set of PDF files and merge them
It's predecessor was quite ...
I recommend KDiff3 which is available for Windows, OS X, and Unix. It's freely available (GPLv2). Its comparison capabilities are excellent! Below is a screenshot from comparing two Linux kernel source code directories:
The file view in the screenshot is displaying both common and different files, but it is trivial to filter and let it only show files that ...
On Unix, OS X and Windows you can use Meld:
free and open-source
Two- and three-way comparison of files and directories
File comparisons update as you type
Auto-merge mode and actions on change blocks help make merges easier
Visualisations make it easier to compare your files
Supports Git, Bazaar, Mercurial, Subversion, etc.
I use PDFTK, which does precisely what you want - splitting and joining pdf files for free. I use it to extract sections from papers etc or book off etc. Split into individual pages then join the ones I need. https://www.pdflabs.com/tools/pdftk-the-pdf-toolkit/ There's a windows installer and command line support for osx and Linux (with very simple scripts ...
WinMerge is a great diff program and can do exactly that. WinMerge is both free and open source.
Use Case 1: Just select the two folders in the comparison dialogue and then sort by comparison result (see screenshot for example)
Use Case 2: Just double click on any of the files there to see the diff for that specific file - or select two ...
In use Kaleidoscope ($69.99, also on the Mac App Store) for file comparison, mainly with Git. It's a native Mac application which runs super smooth. It's definitely not a cheap app, but the fact that it works so nice makes me happy each time when using it.
I only use the app for folder and text file comparison. However, it also supports image comparison and ...
So I ended up trying the Excel PowerQuery add in and that was perfect. It allowed me to query 1500 xls sheets in a standard folder either in the Cloud or my desk, then remove all incomplete rows, update records with additional mappings from 1 sheet, 1 time, and then load to CRM or convert to a csv. I was given an added Bonus of being able to compare to a ...
Hi my answer is not provided based on personal experience but I hope this tool will help you Bulk File Merger,This Program allows the following features.
It allows to Merge several file types (xls/xlsx),(doc/docx), csv, and
text (txt) files.
No technical/macro programming or formulas to mess with With a few
clicks, the program will automatically merge your ...
type *.txt > one_big_file.txt
works for me on Windows 7.
It will show the name of each file in the console, and I can't see how to supress it, but it answers your question - if you want the files included in alphabetical order.
(of course, this answer is better suited to a question on https://superuser.com/ than here ;-)
I am assuming that you need to have some control over the order that the files are combined in so will not wish to use wildcards.
On Windows (Command Prompt):
type file1.txt > all_files.txt
type file2.txt >> all_files.txt
type file3.txt >> all_files.txt
type file4.txt >> all_files.txt
type file5.txt >> all_files.txt
The above ...
What you are asking does not seem very logical or safe. I've put these concerns aside for my answer -
You can't do this with block level tools, so looking for "RAID" solutions is not going to work. Also, for this reason you will not find a solution which runs FAT32 or NTFS. (RAID works at the block level, which sits below the filesystem)
You might want ...
If you do not find anything more automated, here is a workaround solution that will work at least for .srt files:
You can use Nikolaj Lynge Olsson's Subtitle Edit to first adjust each file individually to the video - you do not have to do this line by line; for each file, just pick one of the first lines and one of the last lines and manually adjust their ...
It's a two step process. First combine all text files into one. Upload the file into a tool like http://text-analyser.com for Natural Language Processing (NLP). The tool will parse all the sentences into rows. From within the text-analyzer tool click the Export button. That generates an Excel file. Then remove the other columns in the Excel file so ...
I also needed to merge my 10 bank statements into a single PDF file, but it was quite risky to upload these documents to server for combining them. I found a free Windows based PDF split and merge application which helped me to do the same. Free software download is available here: http://www.systotech.com/pdf-split-and-merge.aspx
Depends on the merge. If the fonts are compatible in certain ways but have different scripts in them, then my merge script might work:
If you tell us what kind of usecase you have, we might be able to help you. Let us know here:
Are you familiar with rsync? It "is a file synchronization and file transfer program for Unix-like systems that minimizes network data transfer by using a form of delta encoding.." (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rsync).
If you don't like the command line, you can use Grsync
Personally, I prefer the "Synchronize Directories" tool within Krusader because ...
I would suggest taking a look at kdiff3 one way to get it is:
sudo apt-get install kdiff3
Smart Merge - if file doesn't exist just copy it
Invoke with --auto & -o to skip the gui if all merges can be done automatically
No prompts if files are identical
Does the file diffing for you
Not sure if you can tell it to save manual operations for ...
I had a similar problem and ran across this article on How to diff two folders from a Windows command prompt. This uses Microsoft's RoboCopy utility which is included in Windows Vista and up. It works with both local folders and network fileshares.
The command is:
ROBOCOPY “\FileShare\SourceFolder” “\FileShare\ComparisonFolder” /e /l /ns /njs /njh /fp /...
I recommend Total commander, it has special subtree comparison tool in menu Commands > Synchronize Dirs...:
I'm using it to compare/sync projects with 100,000 files in tree of 8,000 directories.
disabled = left and right side are equal
enabled = left side is source, right side is target so file deletions on right side can be ...