Could you consider create a blog/tutorial to show all the GUI Desktop client for Linux and how to install them? It mostly for Ubuntu and Fedora. I did do a research some months ago, but is interesting the results …
Thanks for your understanding
Good topic suggestion @Manuel_Jordan
Will have to research the topic because even though I use Git, it is in command line or through VS Code.
Thanks for the confirmation.
Yes, I use cmd line too … but when I need see the branch(es) of the history commits - the git command can be very long …
About VSCode, pls let me know if you are using a special extension/plugin.
Thanks in advance!
I don’t know if this list of GIT clients will help you with what you need:
GitKraken | Top 10 Git GUI Clients for Linux
The last time I programmed and needed to use git, I used GitAhead and I also used GitKraken.
I went looking for it on GitHub, but GitAhead is no longer under active development. However, according to Murmele, the developer of Gittyup: “Gittyup is a continuation of the GitAhead client”.
You might want to try Gittyup, GitKraken or another from the list I sent above, if you don’t want to use extensions for Git in VS Code or VSCodium
Huge thanks for the valuable link, it seems it has other options than the list at Git through the GUI Clients - Linux page.
And thanks again for the extra feedback about your experience. I had used GitKraken at macOS but is free until some time and the OS is very old …
BTW … the idea of this “post” was encourage to make available a post through this community with a Blog Post