I try tapping on the image in the hope that it will give me a standalone image I can zoom in on.
Instead, it takes me to a page that asks me, "Do You Live In San Jose And Like Asian Women?" And "Meet The Best Type Of Girls Who'll Do Anything For You."
And I still can't zoom in on the screenshot.
Tip to open source authors: don't host your screenshots on postimg.cc.
free hosting by MS. we should all use it :)
Thanks for creating this. Keep up the good work!
When I was building https://github.com/isacikgoz/gitbatch I had to decide whether use git2go(libgit2) or go-git with my project, I choose go-git for gitbatch and I wanted to try git2go with another project. gitin is born with this idea but it is now a handy tool for me to use everyday. I am happy with git2go(libgit2) and consider using it on gitbatch too.
$ echo $GOPATH
patch -d /home/martin/go:/home/martin/work/src/gopkg.in/libgit2/git2go.v27 -p1 < git2go.v27.patch
Edit: You can see that feature here: https://magit.vc/screenshots/ under "Staging Changes"
Alternatively you could use rsync or lsyncd which are much faster and better than SSHFS.
Anyway I don't think this was created for use over SSH. Most people that use it are going to be working locally, in which case a proper GUI is much better.
CUI apps are really meant over SSH imo. Like you say, local use has wider alternatives including GUI in which case I prefer SourceTree over any CUI tools.
On Mac I use GitX which is a little buggy but I think it has the most logical UI. Sadly it isn't cross-platform.
GitAhead is also worth a look - it was a commercial one but is now open source.