On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 5:26 PM, Ivan Kozik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In what sense? You can run git from cmd.exe, without having to deal
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 22:19, Kevin Horn <email@example.com
> Git requires bash. This makes it painful for me (on Windows).
with bash. (You're not required to use 'Git Bash'.)
Interesting. I was told (and had read) that it _was_ required. So I've been
operating under that assumption. If you can run it in a cmd.exe window that
_might_ relieve one of my pain points.
> Also, Git _is_ worse on Windows than it is on *nix. It's just not as bad asIs there anything in specific that is difficult? I haven't had
> it _used_ to be. It's functional. It works. But it is difficult to deal
> and a lot of Windows users I have talked to (as well as myself, of course)
> just don't like using it.
Windows-specific problems with Git on Windows, and I've been using it