I use Windows 10 Home and I have a GitHub account with just one repository with about five code-oriented files (
.md files these are).
As a non Git language user, I always used the GitHub GUI to CRUD these files and others.
I put code-oriented files in GitHub because I want to share them in general, because it helps me organize my files and because it allows reaching them quickly from search engines or even browser address bars.
With time I understood I would like to edit the files outside GitHub GUI --- this could be from say
nano text editor via shell after SSHING to the server, or from say Visual Studio Code as a substitute for the GitHub GUI.
The GitHub hosting service is Git language based; hence:
files cannot be edited in a
edit-and-save-and-that's-itfashion as they would after SSHing into an environment and editing a file with a text editor such as
I am not a Git language user and with all humbleness and honestly, personally, at least now, I don't want to be.
Edit: By "Git language" I mean
Git commands issued at a command line.
Is there a GitHub like code-sharing service which does allow version control but isn't Git based, so that CRUD operations would be available in it by an
edit-and-save-and-that's-it methodology, either after SSHing (CLUI) or after browser login (GUI) or both?