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Git tricks

2012-12-29 14:51:01.56052+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Moving browser tabs to work: Over on the Chugalug mailing list, Meuon recommended "gitk" as a GUI front-end to git, and if Meuon is recommending anything remotely GUI-ish it's gotta be good. Also, a better "git log" alias to colorize git output.

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#Comment Re: made: 2012-12-29 20:38:13.17019+00 by: ebradway

I use TabCloud in Chrome and Firefox to create named sets of tabs that I can pull up from any machine I'm logged into.

And at work we use Mercurial using Kiln as a central repository. Mercurial is a little bit of a mind trip because you are always creating branches. Kiln isn't as social as Github but it's much more functional in an organized team environment.