Release Notes: Support for Subversion, Bitkeeper, and PVCS was updated, and rudimentary support for Git was added. The file browser dialog has a sense of location now, and looks for the second file in the same directory as the first. The Mac OS application will run on Lion.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Perforce's P4CONFIG variable. Use with the Subversion command "svn diff --diff-cmd=tkdiff" is enabled by internally ignoring the -u option.
Release Notes: This release fixes an incompatibility with older versions of Tcl/Tk, and improves Subversion support.
Release Notes: A "tkdiff OLD-URL[@OLDREV] NEW-URL[@NEWREV]" syntax is now supported for comparing two Subversion paths.
Release Notes: This release featured a security patch for a problem with non-unique temporary files.
Release Notes: This release adds ClearCase support and improves Subversion support. A --help option has been added to the command line, and the File Dialog now includes all command-line options. The two text panes can be resized relative to each other interactively. Tk8.4 is recommended for that feature but is not required.
Release Notes: For RCS, this version now searches for filename,v as well as RCS/filename,v. Also, all the preferences are now saved (a couple of them were missed before).
Release Notes: TkDiff now has inline diff highlighting and a current line comparison window. Initial support for Subversion has been added. TkDiff 4.0 is CDE, Windows, and MacOS X aware.
Release Notes: Removed use of the user name in temp file path. New smarter overlap code added for cases where diff decided to treat whitespace slightly different on missing-EOL files when doing 3-way diffs. The "..." option re-added to the Save options in the merge result window where appropriate.
Release Notes: Smarter overlap detection, highlighting overlaps in bright yellow during 3-way merge, new "Exit" and "Save & Exit" buttons to merge preview window, removal of an error that popped up when doing an unnecessary merge, and minor changes for AccuRev integration.