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I recently gave my first talk on Git and GitHub to the Dot Net Startup Group about Git and GitHub. I was a little nervous about how I would present Git. At its core, Git is based on a simple structure, but that simplicity is easily lost when you start digging into the myriad of confusing command switches. I wanted a visual aid that showed off the structure of a git repository in real time while I issued commands against the repository. So I hacked one together in a couple afternoons. SeeGit is
an open source instructive visual aid for teaching people about git. Point it to a directory and start issuing git commands, and it automatically updates itself with a nice graph of the git repository. During my talk, I docked SeeGit to the right and my Console2 prompt to the left so they were side by side. As I issued git commands, the graph came alive and illustrated changes to my repository. It updates itself when new commits occur, when you switch branches, and when you merge commits. It doesn’t handle rebases well yet due...(Read whole news on source site)

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