Did you already try GitHub for Windows
It's created in a modern Win8 looking style. Initially it actually
feels a little bit odd, but the more I use it, the more I like it...I
even start to slowly abandon the so much loved Git Shell again. Is that
good? Anyway, yesterday I had just committed a piece of source in GitHub
for Windows and then a couple of seconds later in VS2010 using TFS. The
experience is much worse. Why?
Well, think about what interests you most when you
are about to commit something to your VCS repo? The source, right? The
exact changes you've made in every single source file. Do you see that
in the TFS checkin dialog? Hmm...yea, you see it, but you have to make
That's odd. In GitHub, on the other side, you immediately see the files you've changed and directly beneath, also the exact changes
within that file:
Sure, but what if I have lots of files to commit. That'd probably get a bit messy!
Well, you shouldn't have lots of files to commit at the same time, remember
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