> From: Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com>
> > My general environment is Fedora Linux, using the X Windows system.  I 
> > use vtwm as a window manager, so I don't have all the 
> > KDE/Gnome/whatever accessories.  Much of my work is done inside Emacs, 
> > which has a wide array of tools for browsing through directory trees, 
> > including examining various sorts of archive files (tar, zip) as if 
> > they were directories. 
> Have you tried magit? https://vimeo.com/2871241

I finally had time to look at Magit.  Unfortunately, it's weak
regarding what I'm interested in, which is browsing the history of
single files.  qgit is significantly better at that.


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