When comparing SublimeGit (via Sublime Text) vs Fork, the Slant community recommends Fork for most people. In the question“What are the best Git clients for macOS?” Fork is ranked 6th while SublimeGit (via Sublime Text) is ranked 25th.
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Pro Better visualization and interactive workflow
Diffing from the selected file
Pro Uninterrupted workflow for common tasks
Simple tasks, such as commits, can quickly be made without leaving the editor.
Pro Quick-commit encourages smaller commits/committing more regularly
Pro Fast and easy to use
Pro Dark theme support
Pro Comfortable when staging line-by-line changes
This feature is superior to the one that is implemented by SourceTree as it does not reset the file scroll view to the top of the file after each stage.
If you do feature-specific commits after some time of development - it's very important to be able to easily compose the commit from different line-based changes.
Pro Highlights the difference within a line
Pro Comfortable keyboard shortcuts
Pro Merge Conflict Resolution is great
Pro Smart Diff is very handy
Con You have to be using Sublime to use this
Since it's a Sublime Text plugin, you have to be using Sublime as a text editor to make use of this in its full potential.
Con Git Pull doesn't work in ST3 on Yosemite
Con Hard to see which repos have uncommitted changes at a glance.
Have to click the repo names one by one to see the uncommitted changes. Remember Sourcetree Mac client having an indicator showing the number of uncommited changes.
Con Still a young client, thus so not as feature rich
This git GUI client is quite young compared to industry old-timers like git-tower 2 or SourceTree. So it's not as feature rich as you'd like. Still a very capable client for a simple day-to-day work.