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Re: Which git front-end in emacs is better?

From: Lave
Subject: Re: Which git front-end in emacs is better?
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 19:39:41 +0800

I have tried magit. It's cool. Only a little confused by it's log format.

But there is another question. I read through it's manual, but didn't
find how to create or apply a patch. How to do that?

On 10/23/08, Jonathan Groll <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 11:13:23PM +0200, Richard Riley wrote:
>>I would be interested in which tutorials people used to learn how best
>>to use GIT. I've found plenty of examples of how it works, but none of
>>how to work *with* it. e.g A programmer has 3 main directory hierarchies
>>he wishes to control. Do all 3 go in one repository? Where does that
>>repository reside? Local? Remote? Does one need to check in /out etc -
>>I'm sure its out there but its hard to find beneath all the explanations
>>tend to concentrate on that which the user doesn't generally care about
>>such as how git stores "blobs" and how it hashes file names etc.
>>This is a start but is svn orientated, but any other pointers
>>appreciated preferably without svn and only using git.
> This document was useful (although git-init is not covered):
> This document provided a useful succinct overview for me:
> What I myself am looking for is a document explaining how to get git
> working with ECB Version Control.
> Cheers,
> Jonathan.


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