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GitSavvy vs NeoBundle: What are the differences?

Developers describe GitSavvy as "Git integration in Sublime including per-line staging". Full git and GitHub integration with Sublime Text 3. On the other hand, NeoBundle is detailed as "Next generation Vim package manager". NeoBundle is a next generation Vim plugin manager. This plugin is based on Vundle, but I renamed and added tons of features, while Vundle tends to stay simple.

GitSavvy and NeoBundle can be primarily classified as "Tools for Text Editors" tools.

GitSavvy and NeoBundle are both open source tools. It seems that NeoBundle with 2.21K GitHub stars and 169 forks on GitHub has more adoption than GitSavvy with 1.78K GitHub stars and 126 GitHub forks.

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    Beautiful git colors
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    Open code in github from sublime
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    Git Status is visual amazing and interative
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    What is GitSavvy?

    Full git and GitHub integration with Sublime Text 3.

    What is NeoBundle?

    NeoBundle is a next generation Vim plugin manager. This plugin is based on Vundle, but I renamed and added tons of features, while Vundle tends to stay simple.

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