what's the use-case for xsidiff? onediff seems to work pretty good; I don't see the use for xsidiff, but that's probably me not understanding it.
also, if I want to use xsidiff, do I always have to have a xsidiff server running (./xsidiff --source=192.168.0.100:33 --target=[file2]) on the target?
lastly: if I start an xsidiff server (./xsidiff --source=192.168.0.100:33 --target=[file2])) I get this error:
Error: --source file 192.168.0.100:33 does not exist
(using my own ip-address instead of 0.100)