node-bsdiff implements a port of the
bsdiff binary diff tool. Internally,
the implementation uses 32-bit integers instead of 64-bit integers in the
original. As such,
node-bsdiff is meant for use on smaller datasets, such
as reducing the size of maintaining document revision history.
var assert =bsdiff =crypto = ;var cur = cryptoref = crypto;bsdiff;
To compile native code and CoffeeScript do:
To run tests do:
You can also view the current build status on Travis-CI.
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