Out of the various visual diff tools I’ve used, Meld was the excuse to fire up the NX terminal to Ubuntu instead of using the natively run Windows tools like WinMerge or Kdiff3. Occasionally I’m not on my home network so I needed to find a way to have it running properly on my Windows 7 laptop. Unfortunately it isn’t available as a native Windows application, but it is written in Python with a number of prerequisites.

Thankfully, someone else resolved all the issues so it can be run natively –