56 packages returned for Tags:"Comparison"

GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET is a flexible and feature rich library which allows you to compare documents for all popular document formats, such as PDF comparison, DOCX comparison, XLSX comparison and many more. Compare documents, retrieve list of changes between source and target... More information
A set of libraries which extend the NUnit constraint framework to support deeper comparisons and report detailed differences useful to test debugging. In NUnit there are a set of classes that support the Assert.That(actual, ...) style of assertions. This library builds and extends those classes.... More information
This package is now obsolete and has been replaced by the GroupDocs.Comparison package. [Obsolete] GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET is a lightweight library which allows you to merge and compare two versions of a PDF or Office document and display differences between them.... More information
Provides support for list equality and ordinal comparison based on the contents of its individual items. Allows users to pass ImmutableLists to dictionaries and hash sets, quickly copmare the values of individual ILists, etc.
GroupDocs.Total for Cloud is a suite of RESTful APIs that allows developers to add comprehensive document collaboration functionality to their web/mobile applications or sites. The suite includes tools that enable end users to view, collaboratively annotate, e-sign, compare, convert, assemble and... More information
A tool for comparing two .config files and generating an XDT transform (Microsoft XML Document Transform). Useful for creating transforms for existing production web.config or app.config files. Can also be used for unordered XML comparison, as an alternative to Microsoft's XML Diff tool.
NList brings an enormous number of powerful, STL-like algorithms to the .NET platform for processing indexable collections. There is a handlebars.js-like text generator. It has a powerful IComparer builder. There is a DefaultDictionary class. There is a class to convert an object into a dictionary... More information