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PortableGood
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WinMerge2011 Upstream - Does anyone know it's location?

The excellent WinMerge2011 project had its upstream repository removed from BitBucket because BitBucket removed all mercurial projects.

The links on this website no longer point to a valid repo.

Does anyone know the new location of the WinMerge2011 project?

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Why don't you want to use

Why don't you want to use more recent versions?

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Good question

I do use the more recent version, primarily.

The reason I ask is because:
1. To be able to see if the author of the fork continues to release new versions of the fork.
2. In some cases, the fork generates more useful comparison results, as it has options and improvements not included in the version created by the code in the parent repo.

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Found it!

I found the new home of WinMerge2011: https://github.com/datadiode/winmerge2011

If PortableApps.com could be updated to use the latest release, that would be a big improvement.

Thanks.

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Already Did

We already switched to this and if you use the PA.c Platform you're already using it. You'll find the portable app's homepage already links to this and we updated to their Jan build. When there is a new release, please post it to the Outdated Apps thread as always.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

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