This is not easily possible with SourceTree, since you can only have one merge tool.
Workaround: write a script that takes three arguments, tests for the file extension and then opens the right merge program and passes the arguments. If you then specify this as a merge tool in SourceTree, it should work as you want it.
can you please throw some more light on your suggestion. We use sourcetree as the frontend to our git setup. And, we are using kdiff3 as default merge tool.
We want to use a third party merge tool for the .xml files only. I am not able to figure out how to configure sourcetree about it. But it looks you are right that sourcetree does not provide any such feature. Can you please guide more about that script think you have mentioned about.
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