simple terminal UI for git commands
git diff foo.go With lazygit you can quickly see through the changed files and stage/unstage them accordingly. As well as, you can see the changes on each file very easily.
A command-line tool that makes git easier to use with GitHub.
This is my favorite feature of this tool. Because every time I commit something and want to create PR/MR, I have to do a bunch of repetitive clicks here and there. On top of that, sometimes I have to work with GitHub, sometimes GitLab. So even if I wanna use the GitHub CLI tool hub or GitLab CLI tool glab, I am ending up using two different tools. So it's nice when I can open PR/MR just by a shortcut within a second or two regardless of what SCM I am on.
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