Posts Tagged ‘PrimalMerge’


Additional downloads for registered users

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
If you have any software registered at MySAPIEN you will start to see additional downloads when you login. For one, you will see the stand-alone installers for PrimalMerge 2012 and the SAPIEN Document Explorer there. If you are creating a custom install for PrimalScript or PowerShell Studio these two packages are installed as prerequisites and you cannot influence their installation path. By using these stand-alone installers you can install them in any other location than the default path. Additionally you will see bonus downloads available here, such as the new PowerShell Profile Editor.…   More »

Feature Peek 2011: Compare and Merge

Saturday, September 25th, 2010 by Alex Riedel
PrimalScript had a visual file comparison feature since 4.0. With the release of PrimalScript 2009 Studio we also added PrimalMerge, a tool to compare and merge not only files but also folders. While evaluating the feature line-up for our 2011 releases, we realized that comparing files in PrimalScript just so you have to then launch PrimalMerge, compare again and make the merge is a few steps too many. So without further ado, here is PrimalMerge 2011: PrimalMerge 2011 will be part of PrimalScript 2011, PrimalForms 2011, PrimalXML 2011 and PrimalSQL 2011. It will no longer be available as a stand-alone…   More »

Announcing SAPIEN QuickGuides!

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009 by Ferdinand Rios
As the core technologies we use to do our jobs evolve, becoming more sophisticated and more capable, so then do the tasks that we are expected to accomplish. As an example, with the evolution of PowerShell into V.2 you have a lot more power to do things you were not able to do with V.1. Therefore, the tools that you use to work with these core technologies have to evolve as well. New users and even experienced users of software may not be fully aware of all of the capabilities of the tools they use. At SAPIEN, it is not…   More »

Patch Tuesday

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
Like almost every month, we have released service builds for our products. As we have quite a few new products we will formalize this procedure and always attempt to use the first Tuesday of every month to release any necessary service builds. The following products and versions have been updated: PrimalScript 2009 PrimalScript 2007 Enterprise Edition PrimalScript 2007 Professional Edition PrimalScript 2007 Standard Edition ChangeVue 2009 PrimalScope 2009 PrimalXML 2009 PrimalSQL 2009 PrimalMerge 2009 PrimalForms Community Edition These maintenance releases fix bugs as we become aware of them and sometimes even add new features, if we think it really helps…   More »

Announcing PrimalScript 2009 Studio

Friday, February 27th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
PrimalScript 2009, PrimalSQL 2009, PrimalMerge 2009 and PrimalScope 2009 have been released and will very shortly be followed by ChangeVue 2009 and PrimalXML 2009. PrimalPackager 2009 will follow soon as well. If you would like to read up on these individual products, please proceed to, where you will find screenshots and feature lists to answer all your questions. We have already received numerous requests to simplify purchasing all products in a bundle. So here we go, we are proud to announce PrimalScript 2009 Studio. It's the same PrimalScript 2009, bundled with all other 2009 tools all unlocked with one…   More »

Look Ma, no editions!

Thursday, February 26th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
With the release of PrimalScript 2009 we have streamlined the product into one single version rather than three distinct editions. Many users have emailed us over the past few years, expressing that the standard IDE for script should always include all features and the we should make you, our customers, choose. Quite naturally after the release the most common question we received was: "I have the Enterprise edition, what do I loose when I upgrade?". The good news is, nothing. The only built-in feature that was "relocated" in PrimalScript 2009 is the Visual Query Builder. This feature is now only…   More »

PrimalScope, PrimalMerge and PrimalSQL 2009 released

Monday, February 16th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
As part of our 2009 tool lineup, PrimalScope 2009, PrimalMerge 2009 and PrimalSQL 2009 have been released. You can find out more about these products at and download a 45 day free trial version. Download a trial now and check out these great new tools and see if they fill a gap in your tools repertoire! To purchase any of these products please go to or contact one of our authorized resellers. A complete list of resellers can be found here:…   More »

SAPIEN Announces PrimalMerge 2009

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008 by Alex Riedel
We are proud to announce PrimalMerge 2009 as one of the new tools in SAPIEN's 2009 product lineup. PrimalMerge 2009 provides an indispensable tool  for anyone working with source code, any type of text file or even just files and folders. Here are just some of the features: - Compare individual files or entire folders in one easy to use environment. - Merge, delete, and edit individual differences to create compound versions of your files. - Syntax highlighting for major file type makes navigation in source code easier and differences can be analyzed faster. - Integration with PrimalScript and other…   More »