I have recently been doing some volunteer work for an NGO, maintaining their website. The friend of the guy that formerly maintained the site made some changes to the WordPress theme called Aureol that the website uses. Now the NGO needs to upgrade from WordPress version 2.7 to 3.3.1 and I need to to be able to compare the code between the files in what I believe to be the original theme version and the modified theme version. Each resides in its own directory, but as nobody at the NGO has any idea what was modified, I need some way to compare the content of the files in the one directory to the content of the files in the other directory, to find where the modifications were made. I was thinking of using diff – from-file to-file, but that seems to be the long way around. Most of the files seem to be written in PHP, but there are some files with CSS as well. Anyone have any ideas how I can leverage the power of Linux to solve this problem?
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on 7. Apr 2012, 17:06, edited 1 time in total.
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