Giggle is more of a git viewer. You can view the files and changes that you have previously committed, but you are not able to commit changes or pull/push from/to the git server.
In Ubuntu, you can install Giggle with the command:
sudo apt-get install giggle
5. Git Gui
Git Gui is lightweight and simple, yet one of the most feature complete git client among the list. When you first run it, it will prompt you to either create a new repository, open an existing repo or clone a remote repo. Once opened, you will be able to view the master and branch changes and history, and the database statistics. You can also stage, merge, commit, push changes to the remote server. It might not have a long feature list as SmartGit, but it is definitely more user-friendly and easier to navigate.
Git Gui is available in the Ubuntu repository, so you can install via the command:
sudo apt-get install git-gui
To run it, press “Alt + F2” and type “git gui” (without the quote).
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