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git-gui: More consistently display the application name.

I started to find it confusing that git-gui would refer to itself
as git-citool when it was started through the citool hardlink, or
with the citool subcommand. What was especially confusing was the
options dialog and the about dialog, as both seemed to imply they
were somehow different from the git-gui versions. In actuality
there is no difference at all.

Now we just call our options menu item 'Options...' (skipping the
application name) and our About dialog now always shows git-gui
within the short description (above the copyleft notice) and in
the version field.

Signed-off-by: Shawn O. Pearce <spearce@spearce.org>

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 	pack $w.buttons -side bottom -fill x -pady 10 -padx 10
 
 	label $w.desc \
-		-text "[appname] - a commit creation tool for Git.
+		-text "git-gui - a commit creation tool for Git.
 $copyright" \
 		-padx 5 -pady 5 \
 		-justify left \
 	pack $w.desc -side top -fill x -padx 5 -pady 5
 
 	set v {}
-	append v "[appname] version $appvers\n"
+	append v "git-gui version $appvers\n"
 	append v "[git version]\n"
 	append v "\n"
 	if {$tcl_patchLevel eq $tk_patchLevel} {
 	toplevel $w
 	wm geometry $w "+[winfo rootx .]+[winfo rooty .]"
 
-	label $w.header -text "[appname] Options" \
+	label $w.header -text "Options" \
 		-font font_uibold
 	pack $w.header -side top -fill x
 
 	.mbar.apple add command -label "About [appname]" \
 		-command do_about \
 		-font font_ui
-	.mbar.apple add command -label "[appname] Options..." \
+	.mbar.apple add command -label "Options..." \
 		-command do_options \
 		-font font_ui
 } else {