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Re: CG chapter 2, first draft

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: CG chapter 2, first draft
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2010 09:27:13 -0000

Mark Polesky wrote Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:52 AM

Trevor Daniels wrote:
I've never had to to do it, as I rarely use the git bash
command line for git work.  I can do virtually everything
in git gui or gitk, which cut and paste normally in both
Windows and Unix.

Can you really cut/paste in gitk on Unix?  I can't seem to.
Right-clicking in the diff pane pops up a menu:

 Show origin of this line
 Run git gui blame on this line

Right-clicking various fields in gitk brings up
all sorts of interesting and useful things!

In gitk (in either Unix or Windows) you can only copy/paste within the fields that you can highlight.
The include only the SHA1 ID and the Find fields, I
think. For these, cntl-c and cntl-v work as normal.

In git gui, cntl-c and cntl-v work under Windows,
but under Unix (well, ubuntu - I've not tried any
others) you need to use shift-cntl-c and shift-cntl-v.
Actually, I've just found these work in git gui in
Windows too.


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