|What is it?||ResCompare is a utility written by Michael Hecht (firstname.lastname@example.org) which compares the resource forks of two files, and can produce a self-applying patch to update an older version of a file to a newer version.|
|Who needs it?||It's mainly useful to developers, who use it to identify the differences between two versions of an application or file, and optionally make a patch. You do not need it to apply existing patches.|
|What's it cost?||Nothing. Michael has generously provided this utility for free, though he'd like to hear about any patches you make with it (please read the "About ResCompare" file in the distribution).|
|Where do I get it?||You can download it from:
The latest version is 2.6.
|What has this got to do with Codenautics?||Nothing -- we didn't write it, we don't sell it; we just like it. It needed a web page, so (with Michael's permission) we gave it one. However, if you're really dying to see the things we are selling, check out the Codenautics home page.|