I use gitg on Ubuntu and it works nicely. It's not a full blown Git 
client but I don't need it for that and usually the command line is enough. 
I just use it for history, branch and sometimes diff viewing when the 
command line is just not quite enough and I need to see something a bit 
more visual. 
  As far as I can tell in gitg you can save a copy of the file by going to 
the "files" tab when a commit is selected, find the file you want and click 
'n' drag it to your desktop or another folder. There doesn't appear to be a 
menu option for this feature so it's not as obvious as it could be. Maybe 
you can do the same in gitk?


On Thursday, May 16, 2013 11:32:55 PM UTC+1, Dale Worley wrote:
> What is a good GUI repository browser (under Linux)? 
> I've just tried gitk, and it seems to be good enough, except there is 
> no way to save a copy of a file in a commit -- you can *display* it, 
> but you can't save it, as far as I can tell. 
> Dale 

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