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Re: Move to git is imminent - awaiting Stefan's approval

From: Rüdiger Sonderfeld
Subject: Re: Move to git is imminent - awaiting Stefan's approval
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2014 13:25:18 +0100
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On Wednesday 15 January 2014 16:57:56 Martin Geisler wrote:
> Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:
> >> Also, I would like to hear what graphical tools people use with Git that
> > 
> > You do realize you're talking to "emacs-devel", right?
> Heh, yeah :) I use Emacs and I always use it in X11, so it's a graphical
> tool for me.
> When I started with Git, the first thing I wondered was where all the
> nice graphical tools were and that prompted my question. I don't need a
> graphical tool for making commits, but I much prefer a graphical tool
> for running annotate and for browsing the history.

Magit is probably one of the most popular tools for using git in GNU Emacs.  
It is very nice to use and frequently seems to be the envy from users of other  
editors and users of other version control systems.  And honestly I never saw 
a better integration of a version control system into an editor myself.

(And not to forget vc.el which is shipped with GNU Emacs and provides a nice 
interface to all kinds of version control systems, including git and hg.)


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