AVR studio git interface

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Hi All

 

I have recently started using Git for my backups in terms of version control.

 

Visual Studio has an inbuilt plugin got Git.

 

Is there any way to enable this also on AVR Studio ? 

 

 

Thanks

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DJ

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There's an git extension.  Git Source Control Provider

Happy Trails,

Mike

JaxCoder.com

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Thanks 

 

I will give this a go.

 

Will the effect anything on Visual Studio ? As there already GIT integrated.

 

I just need this for AVR studio

 

Thanks

Regards

DJ

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djoshi wrote:
AVR studio

Do you mean  Atmel  Microchip Studio?

 

personally, I just use Git (or whatever) at the file system level - so don't have to worry about integrating it into each tool that I use.

 

If you like a graphical interface, there's things like Tortoise Git: https://tortoisegit.org/

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Yes, sorry Microchip Studio.  I am running a local server with Gitea. Which has go templet called Atmel Studio, but maybe this is referring to AVR studio 6. 

 

Yes I can use a terminal command, but thought if i can have something similar to what I have on VS for my C# projects then it would be good.

 

 

 

 

Thanks

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DJ

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With SVN I could maybe understand why you might want to version control from within the IDE but with git I wonder exactly what git functions benefit from being done inside the IDE

 

(having said that I do love the fact that inside VS2017 it's so easy to "git blame" a file and find out who has really screwed things up and the reasons they gave in the commit for doing so!) 

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All I require is a commit and push.

 

Something similar to what is included in VS2022. Please see the attach image on right hand side. Its a simple way, to see the updated files and quick way to commit the updates before closing.

 

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DJ

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A Visual Studio 2015 extension will likely work in Microchip Studio 7; otherwise, the Microchip Studio 7 extension.

Microchip Gallery | Packages matching git

Source Control | Microchip Studio

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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gchapman wrote:
A Visual Studio 2015 extension will likely work in Microchip Studio 7; otherwise, the Microchip Studio 7 extension.

The vsix file has specific versioning embedded.  I've gone in and modified the file to include other versions but in most cases was unsuccessful.

Happy Trails,

Mike

JaxCoder.com

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Just to confirm was it unsuccessful  go VS2015

 

 

If so I can stick with Microchip version

Thanks

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DJ

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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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I stand corrected.   Nice script!

Happy Trails,

Mike

JaxCoder.com