On Linux especially but generally for any diff/merge tool it would be nice 
to have the possibility to run the tool multiple times to have it show the 
diff/merge of all files at once in tabs.

For example currently Git mergetool would do something equivalent to:

   1. bcompare left1 right1 merge2
   2. bcompare left2 right2 merge2
   3. bcompare left3 right3 merge3

It would be great to allow:

   1. bcompare left1 right1 merge2 &
   2. bcompare left2 right2 merge2 &
   3. bcompare left3 right3 merge3
   
This would show multiple tabs in Beyond Compare 3 and improve productivity 
especially on diff/merges. I tried setting the tool manually for add '&' 
after all command-line but it didn't work well. I guess it should be 
supported directly inside Git to support launching an application multiple 
times and wait for all processes to exit only at the end (i.e., wait for 
all launched processes to exit).

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