Magit

Magit

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Open Source

About Magit

Front-end to the git revision control system for emacs.

Additional details about Magit

Magit Pricing $0
Customer Type
  • Individuals
  • Small Business
  • Medium Business
  • Enterprises

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Pros of Magit

Uninterrupted workflow for common tasks
Diffs are easy
Easy to remember mnemonics
Better visualization and interactive workflow
Stage hunks or even just parts of a hunk using a single key press
Blame information can be viewed inline with the file
Multiple buffers are used to show contextual information
Powerful rebasing
Available in Homebrew

Cons of Magit

Useful only for people who use Emacs