Comprehensive graphical Git diff viewer

Comprehensive graphical Git diff viewer
Since a long time, I was looking for a graphical git diff viewer which could show original and modified file side-by-side and highlight the changes. There are few solutions but none of them is sufficient: A tool included with git called ‘git-difftool’ is partially helpful – it can show changes graphically but diff for each file is shown one-by-one. This is very irritating. In fact, unusable even with just 10-15 files. [Read More]

Linux kernel workflow with Git

You worked on some part of Linux kernel. It works great. Now, how to generate the patch series and send it out for review? For this, I always used to generate diffs, create a set of draft mails (one for each patch) in KMail or Thunderbird, and send all these mails one-by-one. This workflow quickly became a big headache. Then I learned Git (and some related tools) to do all this from command line and wow! [Read More]