Git-It-GUI - A Git GUI client designed to be simple with game studio collaboration in mind.

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Invokes git commands directly allowing any filters to work (including git-lfs). Writen in C# / WPF (will support macOS and Linux/BSD in the future with Xamarin.Forms 3.0).

https://github.com/reignstudios/Git-It-GUI

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