Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes:
> I think he way forward on Windows is an implementation like libgit2 or
> git# with some sort of gui/ide integration. I never understood why
> users on Windows want to use something as POSIX'y as git.git.
Whether it's based on POSIX is an implementation detail for the user.
The real question is more command-line Vs GUI than POSIX/Win32. Some
Linux users like GUI, some windows users use command-line. I tried IDE
integration with EGIT, and quite frankly I ended-up doing all the Git
stuff in a terminal next to Eclipse.
> Wouldn't they prefer some visual-studio integration thing? *scratches
Visual Studio now has official Git support from MS (based on libgit2 if
I understood correctly). That's cool, but not a reason to kill msysgit
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