Download the archive which matches your Solaris
version. Expand it anywhere using:
We use the pkg tools to install Ellié Computing Merge.
Ellié Computing Merge depends on gtk+2
(SUNWGtku/SUNWGtkr or CSWgtk2), CSWiconv and CSWgcc4g++rt to be
CSW packages refer to Community SoftWare from former site
http://www.blastwave.org, the site opencsw.org which is
actively maintained proposes a fork which should be compatible.
If you do not know how it works, see the Getting
start page of opencsw.org. We are studying the
compatibility degree and new procedures will be published if
Ellié Computing Merge uses xsltproc by default to
generate HTML reports and comparison statistics. Nevertheless,
you can use any other XSLT processor.
Using the following commands will install the dependencies,
you can verify with
pkginfo if the package are already there:
pkg-get -i libiconv
pkg-get -i gcc4g++rt
[for GTK2: pkg-get -i gtk2]
If you have administrator rights, use the following
You can then run ECMerge with "ecmerge" from the
command line or /opt/elliecomputing/ecmerge/guimerge
If you do not have administrator rights, install the
software for your own use this way:
pkgtrans ecmerge.XXX.solaris.x86.pkg mytmp
rm -rf mytmp
chmod +x ecmerge/user-install.sh
cd ecmerge && ./user-install.sh
You can then run ECMerge
The evaluation of Ellié Computing Merge requires a
Serial Number to run permanently. You can evaluate it for free
without a serial number.