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Old 11-01-2013, 07:06 AM   #24
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Ok, so it seems that github is the most used here, so to be democratic I'll upload the project there! Hope that at least some of the voters (github or bitbucket one) will be in the team!

What GUI do you suggest to use on linux for commits etc. on Github? I don't like command line...

I've found this list:

gitk - graphical history browser, in Tcl/Tk, distributed with Git (usually in gitk package)
git gui - graphical commit tool, in Tcl/Tk, distributed with Git (usually in git-gui package)
QGit - uses Qt toolkit
Giggle - uses GTK+ toolkit
git-cola - uses PyQt4
gitg - GTK+/GNOME clone of GitX
tig - text mode interface for git, is GUI and pager, uses ncurses
GitForce Git tool with Graphical user interface, available under GNU GPL license

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