As part of my work I regularly commit to git. I have a fabric script that does an interactive commit:
git commit -a which shows me which files have changed in nano and then lets me write a commit message.
The problem with this flow is sometimes I need to know what changes I've made inside a file. I was doing a ton of stuff at 3am this morning and I can't for the life of me remember what I was doing. I have to manually
git diff to see the changes.
Is there a graphical application that can help me out here? It still needs to be scripted from fabric but in a perfect world it would be a textbox, a list of changed files and a meld-like window showing diffs based on the file I selected. Does such a glorious thing exist?