Thanks for reporting.
After upgrading to latest version, can you tell if some command is not working?
Just need new/delete branches etc.
Are sidebar icons on the roadmap, or do those require core ST changes?
Probably these require core ST changes
Blamed lines can use markers.
Or differences can use region markers?
Can you please elaborate, with examples if possible, not sure what are you talking about, improvements welcome!
I'm too lazy to write a basic example, but you can check out this.
I don't know what do you want to highlight. On a diff I may imagine character differences? on blame??
I'd say differences. Green markers for additions, red for removals
Color schemes already highlight that! ¿? dl.dropbox.com/u/9303546/Sublime ... t/diff.png
Where can I get this diff syntax file from?
Oh The Oblivion theme doesn't work with Diff. Better fix that!
Sorted it github.com/jbrooksuk/Oblivion/
Add these two below diff header to differentiate files names:
PS: I've sent a pull request to your repo: github.com/SublimeText/Open-Include
I'm using Cygwin's git on windows. Other sublime git plugins work fine but this one shows this error when I try to run a command.
'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
Add it to your path
Yes, all commands are synch, blocking sublime until process end. Someday maybe I fix this
I've got real problems using this on windows. Whenever I want to push/fetch/pull, sublime completly freezes... other commands work, but are useless without pushing and pulling any fix for that?
No yet. see above.
You may want to push/pull with the other git plugin.
Installed latest available version today.
Mac OS XGit is in $PATH
23:04:07 aac-mac wmg # which git
23:04:09 aac-mac wmg # git --version
git version 220.127.116.11