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Archive for August 2011

After replaced GitSharp with ngit, the Pending Changes Tool Window in GitScc is moving forward, even with a diff view.


A preview (version as 0.6.8) has been released. Final version (0.7.0) will be release ready soon I hope. But UI like this has many tedious details. Any help is welcome,  please fork the source at github.

[UPDATE #1] The screenshot above shows that I use gitscc in developing gitscc. I noticed that with this new pending changes window, the recent commits I made are more organized, tidy and meaningful. This is truly a result of a convenient tool can provide.

[UPDATE #2] TFS gets the concept of “local”. Although it has only local workspace (working directory) and no local history yet, it is still a good news. It has not the instant diff view. But the its web page like pending changes display is interesting …



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  • Pk: The horizontal view is a pleasure to use! Good thinking
  • randyburden: A valiant and commendable effort. Your use of Tuple is a little weird but it offers a feature that most other microORMs don't. Your use of a static Gu
  • reav: great work done on Rabbit Framework. just started to learning it, and by now i think it will solve all my problems and questions, that i had in webpag