[fpc-devel] Progress on reviewing x86_64 optimizer overhaul and node semantic pass
Benito van der Zander
benito at benibela.de
Sun Oct 27 18:07:50 CET 2019
I use TortoiseHg and then a Mercurial to Git converter...
Unfortunately the linux distributions do not want to maintain it and
most ship with an outdated TortoiseHg in their package management
On 27.10.19 17:48, Florian Klämpfl wrote:
> Am 27.10.19 um 15:32 schrieb Martok:
>>> cover one single topic. Today, using e.g. TortoiseGit on Windows
>>> on Linux there is no tool which comes close) such patches can be
>>> re-arranged without too much hazzle.
>> Just plain ol' git-gui can also do it. SmartGit is cross-platform and
>> pretty nice.
> I use SmartGit on linux, but neither SmartGit nor git-gui come close
> to TortoiseGit for me.
>> I guess the main difference is whether one prefers side-by-side
>> diffs or udiffs.
> In particular partial commits as well as conflict resolution work much
> better with TortoiseGit for me.
>> By the way, many people seem to use git on the client side... I
>> remember there
>> were talks about moving the main repo to git. What happened to that?
> Boring job nobody wants to do?
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