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  • How to use Beyond Compare 4 in eclipse with GIT on Linux platform 64bit

    Hi to all,
    I need help. I don’t know how to configure eclipse to use Beyond compare 4 on linux platform (64bit).
    I use GIT (version 1.9.1) as versioning system.

    There is a plugin, called “Beyond CVS Eclipse Plug-Inhttp://beyondcvs.sourceforge.net/, but it does not work with GIT.

    I also followed the instructions of this page http://www.scootersoftware.com/vbull...hlight=eclipse
    But it works only with local files.

    moreover, it is not clear for me the instructions of the page http://www.scootersoftware.com/suppo...b_vcs#gitlinux

    Is there a way to use beyond compare inside eclipse having GIT?
    Thanks in advance. Leonardo
    Last edited by LeonHardd80; 09-Mar-2015, 09:47 AM.

  • #2
    Hello,

    The only method we are aware of to incorporate with Git is to use the BeyondCVS plug-in. Otherwise, does Eclipse offer any other means to define an external diff tool? If so, we can incorporate and use those, as we do with these:
    http://www.scootersoftware.com/support.php?zz=kb_vcs

    We also have instructions on that page to define BC4 as Git's diff/merge tool in Linux, but this does not include Eclipse integration.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Hi,
      thanks for your quick reply!
      I have just updated my previous post, in order to include the page you have linked.
      I have executed the instructions

      Diff
      Confirm that "bcompare" can be launched from Terminal. Then in a console window enter:
      $ git config --global diff.tool bc3
      $ git config --global difftool.bc3 trustExitCode true
      To launch a diff using Beyond Compare, use the command "git difftool file.ext".

      but, unfortunately, it is not clear for me what I have to do after these instructions.
      what is changed inside eclipse after I ran these instructions in a shell. what is the next step?
      thank you for your patience, Leonardo

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      • #4
        Sorry, those instructions aren't for Eclipse. I mentioned that section in case it helps call a Git Diff from the command line, outside of Eclipse. If Eclipse can hook into this with more recent versions, it might help, but I am not aware that it has this capability. The only method I know of to use a diff tool within Eclipse is BeyondCVS, which is a plug-in created by Chris and Nick of the open source community, and isn't managed by Scooter Software.
        Aaron P Scooter Software

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