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revised Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
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comment Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
Done - it's now an answer.
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answered Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
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comment Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
It really depends on the GUI. First time users find TortoiseGit very confusing and would basically brute-force their way to getting something checked-in, which means that they might or might not mess up the repository. In a hackathon I participated a few months first time users were able to break the repository (fast forwards, bad merges, etc) on several occasions. They weren't able to get a good overview of what's going on. git-gui and especially SmartGit were much much easier to comprehend and work with (git-gui however being very limited in functionality).
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comment Moving away from .Net to Ruby and coping without intellisense
Good luck refactoring as well.