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    What feature does this have that ediff doesn’t provide?

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      From vdiff.el:

      ;; ediff is a powerful diff tool built into Emacs, but it works differently. In
      ;; ediff you control the diffed buffers through a third control buffer, which works
      ;; great until you want to edit the buffers directly. I prefer the way vimdiff
      ;; works, but I am also not necessarily interested in perfectly emulating
      ;; vimdiff. vdiff does not assume you use evil-mode, but is compatible with it.