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The mojave upgrade from 10.14.5 to 10.14.6 broke my old VLC install (already fixed by upgrading the VLC install) and I think it has also broken my Meld 3.19.2.osx6 build provided through Homebrew.

I don't find any build more recent than mine.

What's the different thought way to meld in macOS? (What's the alternative free (and gratis) program?)

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I'm quite happy with DiffMerge, but I haven't tested it in Mojave.

DiffMerge comes with a command-line script that opens the GUI from the terminal, which is handy.

  • I had missed this one, and tried it now. Looks really really nice, I'm going to accept this answer, because I think that even KDiff is very nice, this might be the closest to the Meld niceness. – john Aug 17 at 13:18
  • opendiff is nice too. – john Aug 17 at 13:22
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Have you seen this fork? https://yousseb.github.io/meld/ Maybe that will work???

As for alternatives there is FileMerge that comes with Xcode. To open it from the terminal, run opendiff.

  • The fork, I'd seen it! I think it's staying in the same level as the brew build. opendiff didn't helped me much (I didn't know this before you) because it's a horrible UX compared to Meld (so you don't get the accept (yet)), but you definitely get the upvote. :) – john Aug 16 at 21:30
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    You may want to take a look at this... stackoverflow.com/questions/229142/…. This has a whole list of different alternative. I haven't used any but you might find what you are looking for. – Thomas Nelson Aug 16 at 21:59
  • I think I turned to Meld years ago because of being much more pleasant than KDiff, but's definitely worth trying KDiff back! – john Aug 17 at 8:31
  • So KDiff just works, but is still really really rough compared to Meld. :/ – john Aug 17 at 8:37

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