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Came back to Git Graph after several months of using GitLens+
2 projects | reddit.com/r/vscode | 6 Mar 2023
Quite a while ago, the GitLens+ plugin gained the Commit Graph feature--the same graph you see in GitKraken. Until then I had used Git Graph for visualizing my repositories and GitLens+ for git blame in the GUI. Since one plugin could now do both, the natural course of action was to remove the other--goodbye, Git Graph!
Why I love GitLens in my VsCode - Part 1
2 projects | dev.to | 13 Feb 2023
Btw, today I want to speak about something different, I love git and I love terminal, but sometimes I love having the info visualised appealingly and get info about the source control quickly. I work with VsCode typically, so some months ago I tried to find a solution for this editor that resolves what was said before. After googling and some testing, the result of my search was: GitLens. Now, I want to show you how it works and how it can improve your routine. So don't waste time and let's jump in it!
Both are good, what would you pick?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor | 1 Sep 2022
GitLens extension chef's kiss
tig blame online
2 projects | dev.to | 21 Jun 2022
for GitLens https://gitlens.amod.io/
2 projects | reddit.com/r/vscode | 30 Jul 2021
Hi. Vs code is pretty well integrated with git. There are built in git support and a couple other plugins. For example, the most popular git plugin for vs code is git lens. It also has powerful rebase editor (i guess, it is my favorite feature), which you can enable by following this guide. I personally realy enjoing Git Graph extension, which allow you to observe your git history in pretty similar to git kraken way. It also provide navigation facilities and some other useful features.
Supercharge your git workflow with GitLens
2 projects | dev.to | 21 May 2021
Redder color means changes were made very recently in that area. Again you can fully customize age thresholds, locations, the color of the most recent and least recent changes, etc., from the settings.2 projects | dev.to | 21 May 2021
So here are some of my favorite GitLens features that I use regularly. You can find the full list of the features here.
Tips for Debugging Software like a Detective
2 projects | dev.to | 15 May 2021
Phone a friend. I recommend integrating git blame into your development environment I use the Git lens plugin which shows you, directly within files in a code editor, who authored certain file changes and the PR which can be helpful for quickly getting more context regarding decisions by looking at the associated Pull Request or having the opportunity to connect directly with the committer. Pair programming can be an effective way to debug and share knowledge. Similar, to the magic of figuring out the solution to a bug in the shower or overnight there is a phenomenon called rubber ducky debugging in which just explaining the issue to someone else (even an inanimate rubber duck) can help make the solution more obvious.
Commits are snapshots, not diffs - The GitHub Blog
3 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 9 Apr 2021
If you're using VS Code, get the GitLens extension. It has an interactive rebase editor which I find very helpful (as well as heaps of other nice features).
Bullet point series - Part 2 - Some pretty sweet Visual Studio Extensions I Use
2 projects | dev.to | 2 Apr 2021
GitLens - https://gitlens.amod.io/#features , see who did what, when and why in your IDE and also quickly see any changes you have made
rust-analyzer changelog #95
3 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 20 Sep 2021
Still missing a way to manually kick off the analysis when it's a big project. I don't think I would have cargo check on save on when working on rustc sized codebases. If there was a VS Code command to do it then we could use something like https://github.com/seunlanlege/vscode-action-buttons/pull/57 to link that up to a button.
What are some alternatives?
vscode-jupyter - VS Code Jupyter extension
vscode-emacs-mcx - Awesome Emacs Keymap - VSCode emacs keybinding with multi cursor support
linux - Linux kernel source tree
Git - Git Source Code Mirror - This is a publish-only repository but pull requests can be turned into patches to the mailing list via GitGitGadget (https://gitgitgadget.github.io/). Please follow Documentation/SubmittingPatches procedure for any of your improvements.
gitui - Blazing 💥 fast terminal-ui for git written in rust 🦀
vscode-toggle-excluded-files - Quickly toggles excluded (hidden) files visibility in the file explorer in VS Code
liblinux - Linux system calls.
free-omnisharp-vscode - Free (as in freedom) fork of the official vscode C# extension
vscode-php-debug - PHP Debug Adapter for Visual Studio Code 🐞⛔
codetour - VS Code extension that allows you to record and play back guided tours of codebases, directly within the editor.
vscode-jest - The optimal flow for Jest based testing in VS Code