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rpmconf

rpmconf is a tool that searches for .rpmnew and .rpmsave files and asks you what to do with them. You can choose to keep the current version, place back the old version, or view the difference between the two before deciding.

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  •  12 Jan 2014 13:24

    Release Notes: Non-interactive dump of differences. Fixes in the man page. Experimental application upgrades.

    •  16 Jul 2013 07:40

      Release Notes: Deletion of files is now skipped if user input could not be read. The tool now checks that a copy worked before deleting .rpmnew/.rpmsave.

      •  11 Jul 2011 19:03

        Release Notes: A new option, --clean, finds and deletes orphaned .rpmnew and .rpmsave files. This release shows config file dates. It can skip the current file and continue with the next one. There is a new option -Z to print the SELinux context of the old and new file.

        •  22 Feb 2010 18:02

          Release Notes: This release fixes a syntax error andd add diffuse as a merge frontend.

          •  07 Jan 2010 09:52

            Release Notes: Merging of files was implemented using vimdiff, gvimdiff, meld, and kdiff3. The --version and --debug command line options were added. Build requirements on Mandriva were fixed.

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