On 05/03/2011 11:30 AM, Michael J Gruber wrote:
Ferry Huberts venit, vidit, dixit 03.05.2011 09:53:
? I guess this shows just again how much sense top-posting makes...
well, excuse me
> i did file it against rhel because they included git in rhel and kdiff3 is
> the default difftool for git.
No, it is not. Without user configuration, git-difftool takes a guess
from a large list of possible tools, taking into account what is
available, whether you have a DISPLAY, what desktop you use and whether
your VISUAL/EDITOR setting shows that you like vim. On a system with
kdiff3 and without meld and opendiff (or within kde and without
opendiff) that results in kdiff3.
well, under 'normal' circumstances on my machine, under a gnome desktop,
with kdiff3 installed, both difftool and mergetool seem to open up kdiff3...
git gui also seems to have a preference for kdiff3
hey, if I'm wrong that's fine too. I'm just telling you what I'm seeing.
> including it in epel is fine with me too, but having it in rhel
> i think.
Well, you can get it in epel now/soon or in rhel 7. Having it in epel 6
may actually help getting it into rhel 7.
it is in epel 5 but not in rhel 6...
why would it go into rhel 7 when it is in epel 6?
and as I already said:
> including it in epel is fine with me too