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When your IDE is installed a so fucked-up way you have to launch it with root privileges for it to start, you can't manage to find a good Git GUI client, and you already wasted 3 hours trying to solve both problems without fixing anything... You know it's time for you to get the hell off your PC, cry out and get some sleep.

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  • 2
    Use VIM👌🏻🔥
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    @ozzy Thanks for the kind suggestion. Now I'll be able to waste 3 hours exiting it
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    Which IDE? About Git GUI, I prefer Gitkraken.
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    I use VSCode for pretty much everything now, including a (minimal) Git GUI.

    Although I usually use the git cli instead.
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    @myss I'm using Eclipse for Java. I don't trust VSC for that and I already tried Netbeans, which sucks.

    Gitkraken is the shit I've been using and I'll get the hell out for 2 reasons that are way enough for me:

    - The fact that I have to use Github OAuth to login, thing that doesn't solve the "email privacy restriction" problem I already ranted about here: https://devrant.com/rants/1541795/...

    - The fact that I have to pay to work with private repositories. A complete joke.
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    @EmberQuill I'm using Eclipse and it also has a kind of minimal Git client. But that's not enough for me. But since I can't see much other alternatives to Gitkraken, guess I'll have to stick with it
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    🌚😨
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    Gitkraken were good. And you can use private repo actually
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    @sexoverflow That sounded logical to me until I got a popup saying when I fetched a repo that turned private (or was from the start ?) "This repository seems private, upgrade to Gitkraken pro" with options to start a free trial and other things
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    @CodeTalker they really do that with private repos now? The thing is I don't know, been using it since 2.0 and bought the license back then just cause I wanted to support the project.
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    @CodeTalker tortoisegit.

    it's a bit windows 98-y, but the interface is actually laid out pretty well, and it does everything it needs to.
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    IntelliJ IDEA
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    @myss Hell yeah they do. Will give the screenshot later for faith. I know dev have to make money but still.
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    @Midnigh-shcode I'll check, thanks. Just hoping the interface will be good enough. I'm not much familiar with Git yet
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    @sSam IntelliJ stuff is good. But in my knowledge you have to get a license for IDEA, right ?
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    @CodeTalker there's a community edition :)
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    @Emphiliis I discovered that a few moment after I posted the message :)
    Is it good enough (at least better than Eclipse I mean) ?
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    @CodeTalker First, everything is better than eclipse. Even plain old notepad.

    And yes, you can do everything you need with the CE version :) just give it a try.
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    It's so much better... Community is good enough unless you want some special Spring support or something similar.
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    @Emphiliis Everything is better than Eclipse… Well, that's not what the dozen of tops I read before going to Eclipse told me. Because yes, I used another IDE before Eclipse: Netbeans. I doubt it's better.
    (Though, to be honest, the tops I read were to know which one is better for C++ excluding VSC. I then installed Eclipse also for Java, because it couldn't be worse than Netbeans anyway)

    Anyway, I'll try that now, thanks !
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    Magit :)
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