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Git Best Practices Guide by Eric Pidoux

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Git tools you might like

To end this chapter, I choose to present to you some tools around Git that you can probably use, or might prompt you to research further.

It can be rewarding to finish this book with an opening to other related topics, which will push you to always learn more.

Git GUI clients

A nice way to start this presentation for cons-terminal is to use the GUI clients for all operating systems. I am aware that there are a lot of clients for each OS, but I will show the most-used clients.

On Linux

Lot of Linux users like to use Git through command lines or their code editors, but there are GUI tools too for all developers:

  • Git-cola: This software is developed in Python and has the usual pull, push, and commit functions. It also has a diff ...

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