I'm trying to setup Devart Code compare as the merge tool.
The documentation of Devart Code compare states that it required the following:
/TF="path to remote" /MF="path to local" /BF="path to base" /RF="path to merged"
When I translate this to the argument to be entered in Sourcetree, whtis would be:
/TF="$REMOTE" /MF="$LOCAL" /BF="$BASE" /RF="$MERGED"
However, when I that what is actually being executed, I see that the command line is (I'm trying to merge my Gitignore file):
"c:\Program Files\Devart\Code Compare\CodeMerge.exe" "C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/TF=./.gitignore.REMOTE.1120.gitignore" "C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/MF=./.gitignore.LOCAL.1120.gitignore" "C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/BF=./.gitignore.BASE.1120.gitignore" "C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/RF=.gitignore"
The backslahes seem to have been replaced with the paths to Git. When I try to escape the backslag with another backslash, I get:
"c:\Program Files\Devart\Code Compare\CodeMerge.exe" "//TF=./.gitignore.REMOTE.1120.gitignore" //MF=./.gitignore.LOCAL.1120.gitignore //BF=./.gitignore.BASE.1120.gitignore //RF=.gitignore"
which doesn't work either.
Is there anything I can do to correct the argument that needs to be passed as forward slash?
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