I was really excited about the project but disappointing when i realized I couldn't use it on Linux.
The Debian/Ubuntu packages are now out! :-)
I'd like to ask you what do you think about the current Linux version. Is it ok for you? Do you like it so far?
Pablo Santos - Semantic Merge team
Here's the Ubuntu and Debian followup request: http://plasticscm.uservoice.com/forums/196398-mergebegins/suggestions/4280614-ubuntu-and-debian-packages-please-
Please, at least make the RPM available for download.
No Debian support? SUSE, Red Hat, CentOS are distros commonly used on servers. For desktop use, the larger community is debian-based distros.
Varun Madiath commented
Applications I like:
urxvt (with a custom .Xresources)
IntelliJ (Dracula Theme)
In short I'm far more concerned about functionality than prettiness. If it's efficient to use the tool, I'll use it (emacs is a prime example).
Ralm Eldross commented
We're already working on it... look at this! http://ow.ly/i/2lQpj
Not just the common IDEs (which is also good to know) but also which applications do you like better on Linux. We'd like to create something with a beautiful GUI :P
Gus Esquivel commented
@psantosl What are you asking? Just what IDEs we commonly use?
Andrius Bentkus commented
giggle git-cola gitg.
git-cola would need a little bit more UI polishment, gitg and giggle a little bit more feature polishment.
And there is qgit, is very fast, but only for history watching.
Question: can you send us your list of favorite Linux GUI apps so we can better get your taste for Linux GUIs?
Plácido Monteiro Dinelli Bisneto commented
I guess that 98% of all .net developers :)
Christoffer Hammarström commented
Who even develops on Windows?