33
K-ASS
1y

God damn I love sublime merge

Comments
  • 3
    Hello fellow sublimer 🙋🏻‍♂️
  • 2
    I'm looking forward to trying it.
    Merge conflicts are the only thing I hate about git's cli
  • 1
    @Root I haven't tried merge yet, but I certainly overcame my fear for opening several branches
  • 1
    @K-ASS Oh, branches aren't scary!
  • 2
    @Root @K-ASS

    It is not really a noob friendly tool.

    Anyone with background or experience in git commands and merge conflicts can easily use Sublime Merge. And I am sure they will be happy with it.

    And I am happy that it's not noob friendly. You need to know about git to certain extent to use it properly after all.
  • 1
  • 1
    Have you tried Fork app? It is a Git client with better GUI
  • 3
    @Devnergy (I refuse to know after I bought the license)
  • 3
    @K-ASS "Whoa, it's so nice! Look at that design! It's divine! O.M.G. so many features...! Aaaaaaaahhhh!" (Have you looked at it, yet?)

    @Devnergy Seems good! I'll check it out. Thank you

    Edit: Link https://git-fork.com/
  • 0
    @Devnergy Fork is only for mac and windows :/

    @K-ASS I didn't know about this tool, thanks for sharing (:
  • 1
    @Kage I haven't searched or canvassed yet the best Git client for Linux. Usually I use Mac and sometimes windows
  • 1
    Hands down the best. The command palette is amazing and makes working with it super fast and comfortable.

    I switched to it a few days after it was announced and within a week I got rid of the other git gui clients I had.

    Super fast, lightweight, and cross-platform without using electron. Ram usage is negligible and generally has the best experience out there.
  • 0
    is this the latest update?
Add Comment