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How do I add Dreamweaver as the editor in Git?

git config --global core.editor???

$ slime README.md
sh.exe": slime: command not found
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Where did you find that slime command? As far as I know, it's not part of git. –  user2313067 Apr 10 at 6:01

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I know this isn't exactly what your needs require however I found GITWeaver – GIT for Dreamweaver has been good to me in the past plus it also works with Dreamweaver CS6.

GITWeaver integrates Adobe Dreamweaver with TortoiseGIT; Basically Dreamweaver + GIT living together. Nice and Free, what more could you really want!


ChrisMcKee GitHub Repo can be found (https://github.com/ChrisMcKee/gitweaver)


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You can't because there is no git plugin available for dreamweaver like one in eclipse.

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When I try to configure it with Notepad + + I get the same error $ slime README.md sh.exe": slime: command not found –  Jonathan Loayza May 13 '13 at 5:30
How should I configure or should I put plugin or instruction to recognize the notepad + +?? –  Jonathan Loayza May 13 '13 at 5:33

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