Pointing Mac downloads to Sourceforge instead of Google Code
The downloads for the Mac installers moved to Sourceforge, so I've updated the downloads.rake and the downloads controller and haml file to point to the new location. Note that SF doesn't allow deep linking, so the iframe trick doesn't work here (you'll always need to manually download it, the browser won't force a download).
Make the distinction between source and platform releases clearer
Add two Linux GUI Clients: giggle and gitg
Remove pronoun I from README; Point to the Pro Git repo for ease
Since the repo is under an org, update the README to reflect that type of voice. Also adds a link to the Pro Git repo so the user can get to the reference quickly.
The current wording seems to make the difference too subtle for a casual reader; try to clear this up by: - naming the latest release "source" instead of "stable" release, to make clearer what it is that we're showing the version for. - reword the button to "Downloads" for a platform, which makes it a noun for the available downloads, rather than a verb which can too easily be taken to mean "download this version" This should reduce the incidence of people complaining that the version in the front is erroneous.
Fix 404 links to old github url (gitscm-next)
Fix Downloads table layout
Added scrollbars for overflowing lines. Fixes #354
Added scrollbars for overflowing lines of code in code snippet blocks.
Add link to the Esperanto version
Fix broken image on Search section.
On the Search section after issuing a search the main image ("branching illustration") is broken because the src path is relative.