Are or Were
If you had told me that you are / were coming, I would have come there.
Should it be a past form or a present form?
I agree with Shawn. It has to be were.
However, I would also change the last two words of the sentence. Come indicates movement toward the speaker. There is a place away from the speaker. The speaker does not come there. The speaker can come here, go there, or be there.
I would have come here.
I would have gone there.
I would have been there.
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