I'm wondering if there is / might be any problem with installing and using TortoiseGit and Source Tree at the same time. I like the interface of Source Tree very much, but I like the immediate feedback on the file icons from TortoiseGit.
I am hoping to combine those to, by just running them side by side.
Any experience if that might work?
Furthermore can I specify Diff and Merge for individual file types (in my case .vi from LabVIEW) like in TortoiseGit in Source Tree as well?
To extend this question a little more...
I have a working Diff-Command for TortoiseGit (including the "-marks):
"C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\Shared\LabVIEW Compare\LVCompare.exe" %mine %base -nobdcosm -nobdpos
In my understanding I should be able to transfer this to external diff in Source Tree as such:
Diff Command: "C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\Shared\LabVIEW Compare\LVCompare.exe"
Arguments: %LOCAL %BASE -nobdcosm -nobdpos
Unfortunately, this is not working with the following error from LabVIEW:
An error occurred while running LVCompare.
Open VI Reference in LVCompare.vi<APPEND>
VI Path: <b>C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\Shared\LabVIEW Compare\supportVIs\_prolvcmp.llb\%mine</b>
In my understanding this looks like an error while biulding the path in LabVIEW to be used to compare with the LVCompare.exe.
How is Source Tree appending those paths differently then TortoiseGit?
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