The first line that is common across all 3 sources is the line containing the number "1". But what if we want it to match up lines starting with the letter "A" instead? We have to tell it where to line up the 3 sources. Do this with a manual alignment. If you insist on using the menu, you can see the options for manual alignment in the screen shot below. Manual alignments are done on 2 sources at a time.
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See git-diff 1. This mode never prompts before launching the diff tool. This is the default behaviour; the option is provided to override any configuration settings. Valid values include emerge, kompare, meld, and vimdiff.
If a diff tool is not specified, git difftool will use the configuration variable diff. If the configuration variable diff. You can explicitly provide a full path to the tool by setting the configuration variable difftool. For example, you can configure the absolute path to kdiff3 by setting difftool. Otherwise, git difftool assumes the tool is available in PATH.
Instead of running one of the known diff tools, git difftool can be customized to run an alternative program by specifying the command line to invoke in a configuration variable difftool.
When git difftool is invoked with this tool either through the -t or --tool option or the diff. Specifying --no-symlinks instructs git difftool to create copies instead. The --no-gui option can be used to override this setting.
If diff. Errors reported by the diff tool are ignored by default. Use --trust-exit-code to make git-difftool exit when an invoked diff tool returns a non-zero exit code. See git-diff 1 for the full list of supported options.
This is useful in case your tool is not in the PATH. See the --trust-exit-code option above for more details.
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