Sounds like you’re doing a three-way merge, so A should be the base revision that B and C are based on, B is theirs and C is yours (I believe; B and C might be . 2-min tutorial to do it the quick-and-dirty-way; Concepts for resolving Git conflicts refer to vimdiff if you still use the keyboard commands for GVim. kdiff3 · meld. git documentation: Setting up KDiff3 as merge tool. Not affiliated with Stack Overflow. Rip Tutorial: [email protected] · Roadmap · Tweet · Download eBook.
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Disabling Mercurial premerge will not disable kdiff3 auto merge. But still be careful to do so. Note that KDiff3 will remove duplicate history entrys.
A refers to the version your merge target is based on. Additionally it is necessary that the lines in question line up in the comparison and the previous line contains no conflict. Hence the sortkey order to specify is “4,3,2,5,1,6”.
By default File A has a color of blue, File B has a color of green, and file C has a color of purple. Just set an empty “History entry start regular expression”.
At the same time, in your local copy, which is identical to version A of the remote repository, you make some changes on the same area of the same file.
The KDiff3 Handbook
If you use the auto-advance option “Automatically go to next unsolved conflict after source selection”you should disable this before choosing lines from several inputs or if tktorial want to edit the lines after your choice. It is highlighted with the “Current range diff background color” and a kdif3 bar appears on the left side of the text. Click on right square of new file, and “B” appears in the square.
This new version will be called version B of the file. Each file has a unique color, and you can tell what that color is by looking up by the file name. Saving is disabled until all conflicts are resolved!!! KDiff3 just needs a method to detect, which lines belong to one history entry. If the same “leading comment”-characters also appears in the following lines, then they are also included in the history. It is included in the TortoiseHg installer for Windows. Unfold All Subdirs Ctrl-T: Why am I given three choices when merging between my code and someone else’s?
If history sorting isn’t required then the history entry start line regular expression could look like this. When for instance the differences are aligned in a way that simply choosing the inputs won’t be satisfactory, then you can mark the needed text and use normal copy and paste to put it into the merge output. The merge output editor window also has a summary column on the left. With only two input files futorial difference is also a conflict that must be solved manually.
A is your parent revision having B and C as child. They stay stashed until they are explicitly unstashed. Shouldn’t there just be my code, the other person’s code, and the output below?
For actions that change your previous modifications KDiff3 will ask for your confirmation before proceeding. If you want to view some file in your favorite editor e. The following figure illustrates this situation. If you require a sorted history. Usually it will contain some text through the automatic merge facilities, but often it will also contain conflicts. In our example the history entry start contains first the version info with reg.
This history section grows with every check-in and the most recent entries appear at the top after the history start line. When clicking into the summary column with the left mouse button in either window then the tutrial of the group belonging to that line will shown in all windows. I still don’t understand, can you elaborate some more?
For conflicts it shows a questionmark “? Click the input selector button to insert or remove if already inserted the lines from the respective source.
KDiff3 last edited If the changes are on same code lines conflictyou take either from B or C. This must be matched by the “History start regular expression”-option.
Setting up KDiff3 as merge tool
Sean Van Gorder 2, 17 The following figure shows the tool editing this conflict. C is the Version you wanna merge on top of B. This shows only their changes as compared gutorial A. Upon termination, the file is saved and the tool terminated. Does that help in some cases? For example if you want that the lines from “B” appear before the lines from “A” in the output, first click “B”, then “A”.
Sounds like you’re doing a three-way mergeso A should be the base revision that B and C are based on, B is theirs and C is yours I believe; B and C might be the opposite, though.