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Topic: git - the gui-client for windows

Sat on SourceTree, but they there something  and from simply slow it turned to something unsuitable to usage. Any action - also wait for ten seconds while . Git from the console and other clients work immediately. Reinstalled even Windows and all from zero delivered, did not help. What client recommend? Wishes: 1. Simultaneously it is possible to open some repositories, fast navigation on repositories. 2. Display of history and current changes without discovery of additional windows. 3. Possibility quickly to roll away changes. Including it is row-wise. 4. At  possibility of that choice that  is row-wise. 5. Convenient operation with . 6. Free, including for commercial usage. Itself looked: 1. TortoiseGit - I need permanently open window in which I see a current situation. And here only temporal windows opened from the shortcut menu. 2." Native "git-gui. It is rather weak a functional. There is no command to roll away a file to the previous state. Line by line to select that  too does not give." The main window and a window , for some reason always  a window  are confused by places ", and the window with history opens separately. 3. Git Extenstions - now I use it. It is inconvenient that for review of current changes it is necessary to open a window . There is no list of available branches, does not suffice , there are no hot keys (in a window  it is impossible  from the keypad, only a mouse). So like works bright, all that is necessary more or less does, but .

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > What client recommend? Magit. But it it is necessary to be able Emacs: https://magit.vc/screenshots/https://ww … QO7F2Q9DwA

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Emacs On it I  cannot

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Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > 2. "Native" git-gui. It is rather weak a functional. There is no command to roll away a file to the previous state. Line by line to select that  too does not give. "The main window and a window , for some reason always  a window  are confused by places", and the window with history opens separately. 1. Line by line it is possible to select and always so was. 2. Windows are not confused. That that you name the main window is gitk (or gitk - all).

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > Sat on SourceTree, but they there something  and from simply slow it turned to something unsuitable to usage. Any action - also wait for ten seconds while . Git from the console and other clients work immediately. Reinstalled even Windows and all from zero delivered, did not help. I by the way from it too jumped off (and  from the first version): - from diffview made any , especially if there are "wide" files.  problems. They even repaired. Then they again altered it and again in even more inconvenient. - it needs to be opened separately moreover to register repositories, I am frequent  through FAR and to me is is more often necessary simply made GUI , or the browser but in a place, instead of under the list  repositories.  the list ... Not conveniently. Sometimes it is necessary to make a temporary clone for utilitarian tasks, or to switch in "other" context without  leaking  / the work copy / open studios, etc. - after any changes... It began react strange somehow to changes in  (?), and to forget cursor current position, just at that time when I select that . Can already even , but, it is similar that case when with growth of versions quality starts to fall. As a result, effort of will again tried Git Extensions, and at last found out that it just to what I got used beginning still with tortoisehg. Not so it is beautiful... But, it is necessary  - simply in the console gitex commit. The tree - gitex browse Is necessary. All and even is more than operations which are necessary day-to-day - are covered in GUI. PM> 2. "Native" git-gui. It is rather weak a functional. There is no command to roll away a file to the previous state. Line by line to select that  too does not give." The main window and window , for some reason always  a window  are confused by places ", and the window with history opens separately. It is rather weak, and it is angular. But it is not replaceable as  for  extremally big . > 3. Git Extenstions - now I use It. It is inconvenient that for review of current changes it is necessary to open a window . There is no list of available branches, does not suffice , there are no hot keys (in a window  it is impossible  from the keypad, only a mouse). So like works bright, all that is necessary more or less does, but . When started to answer, it passed... In general, at my (personal) sight - it anyway is extremely better, than all remaining. As to absence , - that, I will agree that it is occasionally conveniently. However  (not imposing) you allows to open them so much  gitex, how many is necessary, on one or several repositories, without violation in-window workflow. I.e. Opened gitex and we look history/diff any , and in other  gitex - we try kommitit/merzhit/whatever. SourceTree, for example - it is blown off on this sort of usage since (at least on a default) two sourcetree to launch with some difficulty...

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > 3. Git Extenstions - now I use it. I Use it, from all tested clients it appeared the most convenient, for me. > there are no hot keys (in a window  it is impossible  from the keypad, only a mouse). For  - Ctrl + Enter . For commands stage/unstage/reset line by line too there are shortcuts - S / U / R accordingly... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, rameel, you wrote: R> For  - Ctrl + Enter For me so does not work...

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > For me so does not work... I hope we about a window  we speak? At me in adjustments all too most, all on a default, but it works many years as on different computers and for me and children with whom I work. . Fur-trees does not work, it is possible, any exterior  intercepts this  as does it for example the driver from  because of which can not work in editors Ctrl+Shift+Up/Down... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, rameel, you wrote: At random clarified that it shift-enter, instead of ctrl+enter...

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > At random clarified that it shift-enter, instead of ctrl+enter... But only if it is not active  text entering, in this case simply interposes line feed

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: >> At random clarified that it shift-enter, instead of ctrl+enter... > But only if it is not active  text entering, in this case simply interposes line feed At me Ctrl+Enter works and if it is active  input and if it is not active. I all the same would look more in detail, is almost assured that at you globally something intercepts this keyboard shortcut... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, rameel, you wrote: R> For me Ctrl+Enter works and if it is active  input and if it is not active. I all the same would look more in detail, is almost assured that at you globally something intercepts this keyboard shortcut the Correction Works only if is active  input... Something always seemed to me that it works everywhere, and here here as - Ctrl+Enter at the active input validation, Shift+Enter - at not active... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, rameel, you wrote: R> For me Ctrl+Enter works and if it is active  input and if it is not active. I all the same would look more in detail, is almost assured that at you globally something intercepts this keyboard shortcut In other programs works... And at you the version what?

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, rameel, you wrote: R> Hello, rameel, you wrote: R>> For me Ctrl+Enter works and if it is active  input and if it is not active. I all the same would look more in detail, is almost assured that at you globally something intercepts this keyboard shortcut R> the Correction Works only if is active  input... Something always seemed to me that it works everywhere, and here here as - Ctrl+Enter at the active input validation, Shift+Enter - at not active Yes! And generally somehow strange works. If I push ctrl-enter "as usual" does not work. And if I push ctrl, a little bit I wait, and then enter works.

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > In other programs works... And at you the version what? 2.49.03... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > Sat on SourceTree, but they there something  and from simply slow it turned to something unsuitable to usage. Any action - also wait for ten seconds while . Git from the console and other clients work immediately. Reinstalled even Windows and all from zero delivered, did not help. A good seed for KSV > What client recommend? Built in in QtCreator satisfies me on 95 % > Wishes: > 1. Simultaneously it is possible to open some repositories, fast navigation on repositories. Without problems. Only actions  are anchored to an open file or the active project, i.e. are not present  "leaking " without an open file or the active project. > 2. Display of history and current changes without discovery of additional windows. git diff in a current window. > 3. Possibility quickly to roll away changes. Including it is row-wise. Is. > 4. At  possibility of that choice that  is row-wise. Is, but if changes by a row and them have to be "broken" to "break" them it is possible only from  lines. > 5. Convenient operation with . Something special is necessary? > 6. Free, including for commercial usage. Yes. Still remarkable interactive ,  and other.

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Skorodum, you wrote: >> Sat on SourceTree, but they there something  and from simply slow it turned to something unsuitable to usage. Any action - also wait for ten seconds while . Git from the console and other clients work immediately. Reinstalled even Windows and all from zero delivered, did not help. S> a good seed for  And thoughts were not. I did not embellish, stated as is. >> What client recommend? S> built in in QtCreator satisfies me on 95 % As it is a pity that projects not on a C ++. Generally built in it is direct in IDE is  it should be convenient. >> 5. Convenient operation with . S> Something special is necessary? As well as all in  is a question of trifles. In Git Extensions to open  or the parent project it is possible through falling out menus, and it would be desirable to see permanently a tree  from the root project and into it to stick. SourceTree can at  and  too , and Git Extensions simply swears and it is necessary to open hands  and , and then  that gathered initially. Can be it would be convenient to see all changes from all  together in one window, but I such anywhere did not see.

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: > Hello, Skorodum, you wrote: >>> Reinstalled even Windows and all from zero delivered, did not help. S>> a good seed for KSV > And thoughts were not. I did not embellish, stated as is. That's it! >>> What client recommend? S>> built in in QtCreator satisfies me on 95 % > As it is a pity that projects not on a C ++. Generally built in it is direct in IDE is  it should be convenient. QtCreator it is simple as the editor it is by default good, and the assembly there it is possible to adjust any. But speech after all most likely about C# or Java also is necessary also debugging.

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Skorodum, you wrote: >>>> What client recommend? S>>> built in in QtCreator satisfies me on 95 % >> As it is a pity that projects not on a C ++. Generally built in it is direct in IDE is  it should be convenient. S> QtCreator it is simple as the editor it is by default good, and the assembly there it is possible to adjust any. But speech after all most likely about C# or Java also is necessary also debugging. Speech about haxe which is compiled in JavaScript (and in a C ++), debugging while in the browser. But here autocompletion, refactoring, navigation under the project (to pass to determination to find all mentions) are necessary.

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Roma Mik, you wrote: I Use SmartGit (http://www.syntevo.com/). It is Completely happy. Even bought the commercial license

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Re: git - the gui-client for windows

Hello, Lonely Dog, you wrote: LD> I Use SmartGit (http://www.syntevo.com/). It is Completely happy. Even bought the commercial license to Pay I is not ready yet. To break the license too I do not want.