Al Hobbs wrote:Usually the built in git ui is pretty good in IDEs. What are you using for programming?
Most of times, Eclipse and VsCode. I don't mean to say they lack of support, but honestly they're far from user experience provided by Sourcetree
I don't want to derail conversation too much, but had a look at Sourcetree screenshots, and I didn't see anything extra comparing to what i.e. IntelliJ IDEA's integrated git already provides. UX? I like IDEA's. I think it is very convenient and easy to use.
In fact, it would be a bit annoying (to me) to keep flipping between IDE and Git UI applications. I commit often. Sometimes from IDE, sometimes from CLI (which is also part of IDE if you wanted to).
The git plugin for Eclipse works quite well for me. Or, from a file browser like Nautilus you can get a plugin for git also. There's git support in the stock Linux emacs for that matter - I use it on the Raspberry Pi, where Eclipse isn't available.
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