Am 18.08.2021 um 18:58 schrieb Cousin Ricky:
> On 2021-08-18 4:44 AM (-4), clipka wrote:
>> My favorite tool of choice is Atlassian Sourcetree (from the folks
>> behind BitBucket, an alternative to GitHub), which does seem to support
>> both submodules and subtrees (you can add a new submodule or subtree
>> from the GUI).
> The Web page that recommended GitHub Organizations pointed this out, but
> also said that BitBucket's UI was more complicated another Git UI (which
> I can't recall at the moment).
One thing you really should try to get off your mind is the idea that
Git repository hosting service == Git desktop user interface.
Those really are two _entirely_ different things.
You can use Atlassian's desktop user interface (Sourcetree) with a
repository hosted on GitHub. Just like you can use GitHub Inc.'s desktop
user interface (called GitHub Desktop) with a repository hosted on
BitBucket (or at least you should be; I haven't actually tested it).
I never liked the web interface of Atlassian's "BitBucket" Git/Mercurial
reposiory hosting service.
I do like Atlassian's "Sourcetree" Git/Mercurial desktop UI.
I do like the web interface of GitHub Inc.'s "GitHub" repository hosting
service (even though I agree that there's still quite some room for
I don't like GitHub Inc.'s "GitHub Desktop" desktop UI at all.
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