This is the command bsdiff that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
bsdiff — generate a patch between two binary files
bsdiff ⟨oldfile⟩ ⟨newfile⟩ ⟨patchfile⟩
bsdiff compares ⟨oldfile⟩ to ⟨newfile⟩ and writes to ⟨patchfile⟩ a binary patch suitable for
use by bspatch(1). When ⟨oldfile⟩ and ⟨newfile⟩ are two versions of an executable program,
the patches produced are on average a factor of five smaller than those produced by any
other binary patch tool known to the author.
bsdiff uses memory equal to 17 times the size of ⟨oldfile⟩, and requires an absolute minimum
working set size of 8 times the size of oldfile.
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