I think that qgit should meet most of your needs.

On 05/17/2013 09:07 AM, Dale R. Worley wrote:
From: Alex Lewis <alex.lewis...@gmail.com>
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?
I don't use a "file manager", so drag and drop is out.

What I'd *really* like is an Emacs mode that looks into a Git
repository much like a directory tree.


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