On 14.1.2016 at 8:43 PM Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
Is there a separate branch for the 2.8 version?
"git checkout gimp-2-8" or something?
Exactly. At https://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/ top left is a list box
where you can see all branches. At the command prompt
git ls-remote origin
git remote show origin
are your friends.
Normally I am a curious person but the world of computers are too
complex for me now.
Don't judge from git to the world of computers. Git is known to be a
usability beast even for developers. You'll learn from practice and
eventually it's only few commands you need for regular use.
If you need help, just ask and often you'll get an answer here or in
IRC. In IRC mikachu is our git expert, but many of the others know git
You might also find our Problems and Solutions page useful:
If you feel more comfortable with a GUI client, then gitk, git-gui,
SmartGit or the GitExtensions might be your choice. Gitk and git-gui
are part of git. SmartGit is a comfortable third-party GUI client and
considered quite user friendly. It runs on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
I also made positive experiences with GitExtensions on Windows. They
are well integrated into Windows Explorer and Visual Studio.
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