@xmontero I don't use stashes at all, but iirc we draw stashes in the revision grid
Matthijs ter Woord
i use them quite a bit
years ago I lost work several times using stashes, so ever since I don't use them. I just commit, and then restructure work via rebase or use reflog
Matthijs ter Woord
i only use it for quick switching between branches: i try to go through changes before committing
so when a customer then calls and i have to get a workable vertsion quickly, or to an older version, i use stashing
To switch between contexts, use worktrees. Stashes are useful to save files for temporary explorations, to insert issues etc For more permanent info, use branches GE shows one stash by default, see reflog to see all (as anonymous refs) To see stashes without reflogs, stashes and log must be retrieved separately, why the graph cannot be displayed until all is listed instead of starting to display the graph immediately
Hey friends! Thanks for pointing out that GE seems to support it. I do the workflow that @mterwoord says: stash, switch and then switch back and apply. I did not know those "worktrees" thing but as far as I could read, worktrees only work in different branches; and sometimes that's not the case; but worth knowing.
I'll give a try to GE to see if it matches our day-to-day flow! Thanks!
Other thing... I've seen there are two MSIs... the GitExtensions-18.104.22.16875-f49b4d059-resigned.msi and the GitExtensions-22.214.171.12475-f49b4d059.msi - I've been in software for 30+ years and never saw this "resigned" thing before. Which are the differences between them?
In fact looking for ["resigned msi"] in google gives exactly 7 results 🤣🤣
Short answer: Use 3.4.2 with only one msi (the resigned msi was an experiment I believe as some virusscanners detected a very old unchanged .exe as potential threat)
:point_up: what Gerhard said "Resigned" is the same msi with its payload signed differently. Anyway 3.4.2 is here, so grab it instead
Hi! Is it possible to make theme changing without reloading?
I think @nikolayxhd looked at it, and there was something preventing it
...but may be it is possible... don't know
how often do you think you'll be changing the theme?
It's sad. I would like the theme was bound to the system theme. I use light theme at daytime and dark theme at night. VSCode, Rider, Skype, Chrome and other programs support that.
I don't want to change the theme every time and reload GE.