That looks good.
On 26/05/2013 06:23, Yawar Amin wrote:
On 2013-05-25 10:50, Roddie Grant wrote:
Thank you Alex and Paul. It's been useful to hear the pros and cons.
I'm thinking of trying a front end (perhaps Tower) to see if that
makes atomic commits easier.
I wonder if you've looked at `git gui', the graphical commit tool that
comes with standard git. It makes it pretty easy to stage specific files
or portions of a file for a commit. Not only that, it's lightweight so
you can open it, do some staging, and exit multiple times, really fast,
and drop down to the command line any time.
Give it a shot the next time you have some unstaged changes:
$ git gui &
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