Are there any Linux programs that can open specific versions of a pdf file under revision control with git.
I have been using subversion for version control with my latex documents, but I am giving git a try now. I have been using kdesvn as a gui; in the log history view, selecting a specific revision, one can right click on a pdf file committed and `cat this version'. The corresponding revision of the pdf file is opened in a pdf viewer.
Is there a git revision history viewer for linux which can do the same? I have tried gitk, gitg, qgit, git-cola, git-eye, giggle, smartgit and gitextension with no luck (at least I have not figured out how to do it in any of these). Of the one's that show anything of a pdf file the output is useless. Some can open the pdf with an external application, but only the most recent version. Some have the option to save a specific version of a pdf file; typically I want to look over a file and see how it looked, I don't need to save it.
I know this can be done from the command line, I'm asking specifically about a gui for it. Is there something I missed in the programs mentioned above, or one I missed?