Meld 3.19.0

Meld 3.19.0 has been released, and is now available at:


 * Initial Windows build pipeline using Appveyor (Vasily Galkin)
 * Add new per-pane status bar with selectors for syntax highlighting and
   text encoding (Kai Willadsen, with extensive testing by Vasily Galkin)
 * Allow text encoding to be chosen from file selectors (Kai Willadsen)
 * Add new go-to-line action and UI (Kai Willadsen)
 * Folder comparison now explicitly indicates symlinks in the tree, and
   shows the symlink target (Kai Willadsen)
 * Inline highlighting now draws whitespace in any changes it covers (Kai
 * Improved contrast in dark theme support (Vitalii Dmitriev)
 * Navigating between changes in file comparison now briefly animates the
   outline, to make it easier to keep track of the focus in busy
   comparisons (Kai Willadsen)


  * Find bar now hides when pressing Escape (Vladimir Panteleev)
  * Handle file deletion where we can't move to trash (e.g., network mounts)
    (Kai Willadsen)
  * Guess whether we're running a dark theme, for supporting Tweak Tool
    changes (Kai Willadsen)
  * Keybindings for notebook switching work again (Kai Willadsen)
  * Significantly speed up folder and version control comparisons by limiting
    the file metadata we request (Kai Willadsen)
  * Threading fixes for more responsive highlighting and better exit handling
    (Kai Willadsen)
  * Fix memory and file handle leakage for closed comparisons (Kai Willadsen)
  * Make the --auto-compare command line flag work again (Kai Willadsen)
  * Make multiple --diff command line options work again (Kai Willadsen)
  * Fix committing selected files in Mercurial (Kai Willadsen)
  * Fix Bazaar support for our Python 3 port (Kai Willadsen)
  * Avoid a race conditon that made the "Resolve conflict" prompt unreliable
    (Kai Willadsen)
  * Fix invalid-iter crash when refreshing version control view (Kai
  * Make non-existent files writable by default (Kai Willadsen)
  * Several fixes for translations, unicode typography, and typos (Piotr Drąg)
  * Windows compatibility updates (Vasily Galkin, Kai Willadsen)
  * Windows build fixes (Vasily Galkin)
  * Add Gitlab CI for Python styling and lint, and update a lot of old code
    to match (Kai Willadsen)
  * Packaging fixes for AppStream (Balint Reczey)
 Internal changes:
  * Update GTK+ and GtkSourceView requirements to 3.20
  * Migrate recently-used handling, comparison launching, and file
    comparisons to use Gio for URI support (Chris Mayo, Kai Willadsen)
  * Migrated to GNOME Gitlab for hosting and issue tracking
  * Bugs fixed (bugzilla): 589366, 783989, 785313, 785630, 786629, 786867,
    787256, 788455, 788487, 790335, 791173
  * Issues fixed (gitlab): 46, 97, 133, 146, 151, 152, 158, 159, 161, 165


 * Alan Mortensen (da)
 * Anders Jonsson (sv)
 * Andika Triwidada (id)
 * Andre Klapper (cs, de)
 * Ask Hjorth Larsen (da)
 * Balázs Úr (hu)
 * Daniel Mustieles (es)
 * Daniel Șerbănescu (ro)
 * Emin Tufan Çetin (tr)
 * Enrico Nicoletto (pt_BR)
 * Jiri Grönroos (fi)
 * Joe Hansen (da)
 * Jordi Mas (ca)
 * Kristjan SCHMIDT (eo)
 * Kukuh Syafaat (id)
 * Marcos Lans (gl)
 * Marek Černocký (cs)
 * Mario Blättermann (de)
 * Matej Urbančič (sl)
 * Milo Casagrande (it)
 * Piotr Drąg (pl)
 * Rafael Fontenelle (pt_BR)

What is Meld?

Meld is a visual diff and merge tool. It lets you compare two or three files,
and updates the comparisons while you edit them in-place. You can also compare
folders, launching comparisons of individual files as desired. Last but by no
means least, Meld lets you work with your current changes in a wide variety of
version control systems, including Git, Bazaar, Mercurial and Subversion.

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