Posted Jun 2, 2010 21:47 UTC (Wed) by dh (subscriber, #153)
Parent article: Giggle: A Git GUI
I really like having graphical frontends for systems like git as they much better represent the inherent complexity than a command-line interface can do.
I almost daily access the git repositories in our company and most of the time, I use gitk and git-gui for browsing and checkin. Branch switching, branch creation and merging or rebasing I normally do on the command line and for the rather seldom deeper investigations into a file's history, I take qgit. The Eclipse egit integration I only use for its branch report in the projects window. And don't forget the ncurses-based "tig" client for remote access which I need sometimes - actually so seldom that I never remember the keys for the commands to use tig with...