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Git​Status

by vlakarados ALL

Monitoring changed files and status of the repository

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Details

  • 2014.08.25.08.59.40
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 years ago
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  • 8 years ago

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  • Total 37K
  • Win 13K
  • Mac 13K
  • Linux 11K
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GitStatus

Package for monitoring changed files and state of the project. Made as a light alternative to SublimeGit

Installation

Using Package Control
  • Simply open up the command palette (CTRL+SHIFT+P or CMD+SHIFT+P).
  • Find Package Control: Install Package.
  • Search for GitStatus
Manual
  • Clone to Packages/ directory

Usage

By now you should already see repository status updates in your status bar like Git: Dirty or Git: Clean.

You have two more commands at your disposal from the command palette:

Git: Changed files

Shows all created (unstaged), modified, deleted and unmerged files with their corresponding status and path.

Git: Unmerged files

Same as above but shows only unmerged ones, this helps merging files without alt-tabbing to your console just to see the files that need to be merged.

Contributing

If you find bugs please post them in the issues section and/or submit pull requests.