Please avoid noisy merge commits in frameworks

Andreas Pakulat apaku at
Mon Feb 20 08:28:57 GMT 2012

On 19.02.12 17:49:59, Parker Coates wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 11:58, Anne-Marie Mahfouf wrote:
> > I guess I should get used to using gitk.
> This is slightly off topic, but with all this talk of gitk, I thought
> it'd be a good time to recommend QGit [1]. It's an alternative git
> history viewer with a friendlier interface built on top of a certain
> modern GUI toolkit that we all know and love.
> I agree that there is little sense in trying to learn git without
> using a graphical log viewer. It quickly and intuitively answers the
> question "What did I just do?", which tends to come up a lot when
> beginning with Git. (For the "What am I about to do?" question, I
> would recommend git-cola [2], which is a nice GUI for "git diff" and
> "git add -p", among other things.)

And for those that like to stay in their terminal: git log can print
graphs too: git log --graph


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