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public class Hello
{
   public static void Main()
   {
-      System.Console.WriteLine("Hello, World!");
+      System.Console.WriteLine("Rock all night long!");
   }
}
@mutexkid
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mutexkid commented Apr 6, 2017

- rad
+ cool

@GregBorrelly
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GregBorrelly commented Nov 21, 2018

- nice
+ awesome

@Zemke
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Zemke commented Sep 13, 2019

- well
+ wow

@Aarc-Noa
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Aarc-Noa commented Oct 2, 2019

- bad
+ absolutely epic

@jitendra-1217
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jitendra-1217 commented Nov 7, 2019

How to keep language syntax intact too?

@nandorojo
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nandorojo commented Dec 17, 2019

-can i get this to work on npm's website too somehow? 🤷‍♂️
+thank u

@OleksandrKucherenko
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OleksandrKucherenko commented Feb 5, 2020

~ something
- removed
+ added

@rblaine95
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rblaine95 commented Mar 3, 2020

- if only bitbucket pull request comments
+ properly supported diff syntax

@rabeehrz
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rabeehrz commented Mar 6, 2020

- added
+ removed

@wmcmurray
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wmcmurray commented Apr 30, 2020

- first !!
+ ..oh no tenth :(

@pedrofracassi
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pedrofracassi commented May 20, 2020

- hello
+ goodbye

@develop-maruku
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develop-maruku commented May 27, 2020

- negative
+ positive

@dreamerchandra
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dreamerchandra commented Sep 27, 2020

- old
+ new

@nileshgulia1
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nileshgulia1 commented Oct 11, 2020

-awesome
+fanatic

@enisn
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enisn commented Dec 15, 2020

How to keep syntax highlighing?

public class Hello
{
   public static void Main()
   {
       System.Console.WriteLine("Another unchanged line."); // <- how to keep syntax highlighing here?
-      System.Console.WriteLine("Hello, World!");
+      System.Console.WriteLine("Rock all night long!");
   }
}

@rmertzpfpt
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rmertzpfpt commented Jan 13, 2021

How to keep language syntax intact too?

Does anyone know if this is possible?

@enisn
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enisn commented Jan 13, 2021

How to keep language syntax intact too?

Does anyone know if this is possible?

+1

@xgqfrms
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xgqfrms commented Jan 14, 2021

&DiacriticalGrave;&DiacriticalGrave;&DiacriticalGrave;diff
  "dependencies": {
    "core-js": "3.6.5",
    "element-ui": "2.14.1",
-    "vue": "2.6.12",
+    "vue": "3.2.30",
    "vue-router": "3.2.0",
    "vuex": "3.4.0"
  },
&DiacriticalGrave;&DiacriticalGrave;&DiacriticalGrave;
/`/`/`diff
  "dependencies": {
    "core-js": "3.6.5",
    "element-ui": "2.14.1",
-    "vue": "2.6.12",
+    "vue": "3.2.30",
    "vue-router": "3.2.0",
    "vuex": "3.4.0"
  },
/`/`/`
  "dependencies": {
    "core-js": "3.6.5",
    "element-ui": "2.14.1",
-    "vue": "2.6.12",
+    "vue": "3.2.30",
    "vue-router": "3.2.0",
    "vuex": "3.4.0"
  },

@Omarimcblack
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Omarimcblack commented Jan 29, 2021

- down
+ up

@adamduncan
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adamduncan commented Mar 2, 2021

How to keep language syntax intact too?

Does anyone know if this is possible?

+1

@rawhasan
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rawhasan commented Aug 6, 2021

- nice!
+ loved it!!

@PaolaRuby
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PaolaRuby commented Mar 21, 2022

How to keep language syntax intact too?

@salmedina
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salmedina commented Mar 24, 2022

How to keep language syntax intact too?

Unfortunately it is still not supported as of today.

@xgqfrms
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xgqfrms commented Mar 24, 2022

@PaolaRuby maybe you can try this way

demo

diff

  "dependencies": {
-    "vue": "2.6.12",
+    "vue": "3.2.30",
  },

old version

  "dependencies": {
     "vue": "2.6.12",
  },

new version

  "dependencies": {
     "vue": "3.2.30",
  },

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