Integrating Meld with nautilus on 22.10

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Some time ago, it was possible to get meld integrated with nautilus in that one could select two files in nautilus, right-click to get the context menu which included the command Compare with meld. This could be easily done by installing nautilus-compare as clearly stated in this post. However, for quite some time now (maybe since I upgraded to 20.4, or it might have been before), I have not been able to find an alternative.

This post also talks about a potential solution; however, it seems something is still missing.

Are there any (easy to install) alternatives to add this functionality in Ubuntu 22.10?

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