|After installing it http://sourceforge.net/projects/meld-installer/|
|I had to tell git where it was:|
|git config --global merge.tool meld|
|git config --global diff.tool meld|
|git config --global mergetool.meld.path “C:\Program Files (x86)\Meld\meld\meld.exe”|
|And that seems to work. Both merging and diffing with “git difftool” or “git mergetool”|
and change the lines below
If you are using git bash under Windows, the git config sentence fails.
The website says that this is no longer supported due to the new builds having their own installers.
Can somebody confirm that this will work for the latest stable windows build?
Appreciate any help! : )
UPDATE: For any people in the future, I decided to go down a path that seemed simpler for me, and will also be easier to include updates with. I've downloaded and extracted the source code, and I have installed Python 3.4 (isn't compatible with my 3.6 version), and PyObject as suggested from the website. I've then made a batch script, and added it to my right-click mouse menu.
So rather than installing, I am running it from the source files. Updating will be as easy as replacing the source files folder and updating the script. Hope it helps some people. Cheers
I posted an updated version at https://gist.github.com/TomyLobo/c7e088b2ed26ea40cd6734d7b5f5a577