git support is one of the most requested features in TXS. Since git is far more complex than SVN, a first implementation should focus on the essential features. Therefore I'd like to collect user feedback on this. Please post which functionality you consider
a) essential for a basic workflow
b) useful additional features.
A suggestion could be:
a) commit, push and pull commands. An option "automatically commit (or commit and push) on save".
a) commit (with optional comment), add, push and pull, option "automatically commit (or commit and push) on save"
b) diff (differents between the commits), branch and tags management, remove
c) [useful but not so pressing] status, log
I do the commands "commit,add,remove,status,log" with a TeXstudio's user scripts. But a support by TeXstudio will be pretty better.
Carlos Eduardo Valencia Urbina
I wish some day have texstudio support git, but I want them to have that version 2.0 came out and git, for more information if you wish to know more about your changes see:
I strongly recommend integrate git as the default syncing tools.
I also wish the editor show the differences between comments in an appreciated way, something like the attachment.