On Tue, 11 Sep 2012 03:28:13 -0700 (PDT)
Lars Pensjö <lars.pen...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > ..., with git-gui even supporting chunk-by-chunk 
> > staging and unstaging. 
>  Funny enough, that is one of the features I like a lot about git. In 
> combination of having a local repository, an efficient work flow for
> me is to frequently check in selected chunks. I frequently stage and
> unstage chunks, used in combination with "undo changes". And then I
> don't push until I feel ready for it. 
> This easy-to-work-with chunk staging, is it also supported by the
> other tools mentioned above?

Git Extensions definitely supports this.  It only lacks the "stage all
this hunk" option last time I checked--you had to select all the lines
comprising it (the usual left click + drag) and then pick the "Stage
selected lines" option.  That was about two months ago, the situation
might have improved since then.  Don't know about TortoiseGit--it
definitely felt not like "mine" tool when I looked at it so I abandoned

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