When I update an svn project I get the side-by-side view showing the changelist(s) and am provided a way of showing the diffs.
I don't seem to get this with git projects. I just get a simple tree.
Using Git, I no longer appear to have an incoming changes tab like in svn.
Obviously there are multiple repos with git, but I'd like to see incoming from master.
The log view on the changes tab doesn't seem to update automatically so I find myself clicking it all the time to check.
How do I perform commits to different projects that have different usernames?
I have one username for work and another for private projects.
I want to make sure that the correct username is used for each without having to set the global username in git each time I switch projects
Also, what is the difference between update and pull?
Where I used to do svn update with Ctrl-T, shouldn't that be pull now?
Since, branches and push and pull are big parts of git, shouldn't they be in the toolbar for easy access?
The branches option doesn't have an icon, which is a pain if you add it manually.
Push has the same icon as commit too, even though they are technically different functions.