I've been using it a lot more more since the end of May and I can say it's been extremely stable, reliable and easy to work with. It's a really good product. I'm starting to forget how to use the command line now...
Plus, as you noticed, the developer even dropped by to say hi and discuss criticisms and feature/modifications requests.
One thing I wish I could do sometimes, and I still use Tortoise Git for that : in the log window
, I'd like to be able to select a bunch of commits and copy each of them in a list with their full message
(context menu and/or maybe Ctrl+Shift+c by default).
Ctrl+c (copy) already copies the selected list, showing dates and the first line of each commit, but it would be nice to be able to do the same but with the whole message content for each entry/commit.
EDIT : One other small thing... "Commit" dialog (ctrl+k)
: unless I'm mistaken, apart from hitting tab 2 times when in the commit dialog, there doesn't seem to be a way to hit the "commit" button directly. It would be logical to press alt+c maybe, or just enter. Note that since the commit message is preselected and has the focus, pressing enter clears it! fortunately a ctrl+z will restore it but it can be surprising...