Saw this on YCombinator today: github.com/kemayo/sublime-text-2-git/wiki
Not sure why this wasn't posted here as well.Anyway, it's looking good kemayo
This is now also available via Package Control
I would prefer if this used actual git commands instead of things like "switch branch." Also, there seems to be no tagging support and no ability to view the branches.
You might want to try posting this to the issues section as a feature request (?).github.com/kemayo/sublime-text-2-git/issues
I've added Git Annotations to my branch.
Not really sure how this works.
In the menu all entries in "This file" are disabled. In the command palette "Git: Diff" works fine, "Git: Commit" returns "Nothing to commit", even though I have changed and saved the file.
Am I doing something wrong?
I like your icon in the margin on the line you modified, already thought about implementing something like that.It's something I miss from previous editor.
Do you clear them when the file is saved ?How do you deal with undo ?
When using git, you need to stage your changes (with Git: Add) to mark them ready to be committed.
The comparison always happens between the current buffer and the head of your current git branch. So no changes to the buffer (including undo) can interfere with the functionality.
Ah, of course. I usually commit my files using "commit -a -m ''".
Thanks for great plugin. Is there any way how can i work with 2 repos in one project?
is there a way to have icons in front of the files in the sidebar indicating which files have been changed? Similar to the way the git plugin works in Textmate?
Current file commands seem to have stopped working for me. Is anyone else experiencing this or could it be something I've done locally? My active buffer is definitely in a git repo.
When i supposed to set my password for authenticating? For some reason the plugin does not ask for one.
(windows, git+bitbucket combo, git bash works just fine, and asks for my pw)
I love this pluginWould be perfect if interactive rebase is supported.