Gradle is great tool for automation in organization. Software developers often stick just with command line or IDE integration. Non-programmers can use Gradle GUI feature.
Just type command (or store it in batch file):
You can select task and execute it. There is another handy feature: Favorites. Here you can store useful commands for your Gradle build.
You made changes in your repository. You made the commit and at the very same moment you realize that it’s not completely correct.
You need to fix the last commit.
Git provides possibility to amend last change.
Type command for git gui interface:
Click radio button Amend Last Commit.
You can change the commit message or remove staged item by double click.
When you made all necessary changes click Commit.
Git has very good command line interface. Git package also contains one handy GUI extension.
You’ll get simple GUI tool for staging commits, viewing diffs and many more.
Windows users can install git package by Chocolatey.
You can find more information about this command at git-scm.com.