On Thu, 08 Mar 2012 09:09:54 -0800, Raimond Spekking
in prepartion for the big bang I am reading pages like
but I miss a recommondation
for a good Git GUI, especially for Win 7.
Has anyone tested TortoiseGit? Is it a good choice for developers who
use TortoiseSVN since years?
Does it support git-review too?
Thanks for your help.
I've heard comments that TortoiseGit was sub-standard. It didn't even have
support for the index.
I put together this awhile ago:
For Windows I suggest trying to use "Git Extensions". The UI seamed to be
very fully featured. It also came bundled with an installer for
git/mysgit, bash, and some putty pieces. So it even gives you access to a
unix-like command line.
For OS X, I haven't been using a GUI (besides `git gui`) so I can't say
for sure what is the best. But "Source Tree" is looking a little more
promising than GitX.
Unfortunately for git-review, I don't think there is a single GUI that
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