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6 Useful Graphical Git Client for Linux

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In Linux, the most primitive way of using git is via the command line. However, the most primitive way doesn’t mean it is the best way. Below are several graphical git client that you can use to make your git usage an easier and better one.

1. Git-cola

Git-cola is developed in Python and comes with the usual pull, push, commit functions. It also comes with a diff-viewer and file staging mode.

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