Blame mode for gitg

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So these days I was a bit tired of documenting my final degree project and I started to work a little on gitg. For those who don’t know what is gitg, gitg is a git repository viewer for GNOME. I really love this project and I contributed some time before too.

This time I decided to provide the blame mode which in ready in my github. Here is the screenshot, I hope you will like it:

5 Responses

  1. bochecha Says:

    One thing that instantly strikes me is that the blame mode shows the git commit hash, whereas the timeline doesn’t.

    It could make it hard to relate a change in he blame mode to a commit in the changelog timeline. :-/

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  2. nacho Says:

    well, my idea is that single or double click on it will place you in the related revision

  3. Simon Says:

    I agree with the comments on Picasa about too many nested tabs – in particular, the ‘source’ and ‘blame’ tabs are show exactly the same thing, save that the latter provides extra information.

    Should ‘blame’ perhaps be something that can be toggled on/off within the source view, maybe a checkbox at the bottom to enable/disable it? Or if the performance cost isn’t too bad, should it just always be on when viewing the source view?

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  4. nacho Says:

    Yeah, we are thinking on it. The notebook was definitely a quick way to show it. A check button or a toggle button is one of the possibilities we are thinking on.

  5. Zeeshan Ali Says:

    Cool stuff!

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