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How to use tkdiff to compare two gzip files in gui mode?

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If your shell supports it, you can use process substitution...

tkdiff <(gzip -dc file1.gz) <(gzip -dc file2.gz)

Now tkdiff will think the files are called something like /dev/fd/4 and /dev/fd/5 but the contents of those two files will be the uncompressed files, and so will operate normally.

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