In git when I have a conflict, I’ve been either using ‘git mergetool’ which then indirectly brings up meld with a 3 pane interface, or I’ve also brought up meld directly by using ‘meld <path to file with conflict>’. When I use the latter method, it brings up meld with only 2 panes. I prefer […]
I’ve started using meld as my merge.tool. It’s worked okay so far, but I’m having a problem with a three-way merge today. In MyBranch’s file.txt I’ve added code ME: A B ME D E Meanwhile, master has added code THEM_1 and THEM_2. I run git rebase master. This is what file.txt looks when the rebase […]
So once I notice that I have conflicts when pulling, I’ll run git mergetool which I have setup to run with Meld. However, once you hit save, does git automatically consider those conflicts resolved so you then just have to commit and push again? I’m quite confused on git considers resolved. Sorry if this a […]
I currently use meld for git diff. I have configured it this way: I’ve added git-meld to /bin: #!/bin/bash meld “$2” “$5” made it executable chmod +x git-meld and added it to my git configuration: git config –global diff.external git-meld This works fine when I work locally. But when I’m logged in via SSH, I […]
I installed meld in my ubuntu 14.04 system. by following these commands. In the following directory path: anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~$mkdir -p work/crap anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~$cd work/crap anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~/work/crap$git clone https://git.gnome.org/browse/meld anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~/work/crap$cd meld anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~/work/crap/meld$sudo apt-get install intltool itstool gir1.2-gtksource-3.0 libxml2-utils anurag@LIBSERV-PC:~/work/crap/meld$sudo python setup.py install It seems installation is done properly. I am working on my rails project in the following location: […]
I have tried a naive configuration to replace the native TortoiseGit viewers with Meld for Windows for diff, merge and conflict actions. What additional parameters do I need to pass in to Meld for these functions?
I changed my git diff-tool to meld. This works great, but I would like some way to generate the old-style git diff (a short piece of text indicating only the relevant lines) to email a change I made to someone. How do I go back to the old git diff tool?
I installed the git merge–conflict resolution tool Meld using homebrew. “brew install meld“ Following install, error thrown when attempting to fix a merge conflict. Running on OSX 10.9.4. Ideas? Error in its entirety: =================================== Couldn’t bind the translation domain. Some translations won’t work. ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘bindtextdomain’ /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gtk-2.0/gtk/init.py:57: GtkWarning: could not open display […]
I am always annoyed when I use gitk an it forces me to configure a separate diff tool. Now while this works fine for me in Linux, it is an absolute hell on Windows. I am trying to use Meld, so I wrote a .bat, for mapping parameters: meld.exe %2 %5 Sadly gitk does not […]
I’m currently setting up the Meld difftool to work in Babun using the following commands: git config –global diff.tool meld git config –global difftool.prompt false git config –global difftool.meld.path “/cygdrive/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Meld/Meld.exe” git config –global difftool.meld.cmd ‘/cygdrive/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Meld/Meld.exe $LOCAL $REMOTE’ This works, and Meld opens with the two files when I run git difftool […]