Sublime Git is a clean code editor for merge conflicts
Sublime HQ – the folks behind the excellent text editor Sublime Text – has released a code editor for developers that focuses on a clean interface for coding and solving git merges. It’s called Sublime Git, and it’s available for free on macOS, Windows, and Linux. Sublime Git includes powerful features like an integrated git merge tool, the ability to search for specific commits, command line integration, code and file history, and syntax highlighting. It also lets you compare code side-by-side to resolve conflicts before merging changes. The app also allows for extensive customization, from key bindings to menus and… This story continues at The Next Web
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