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VisualStudio - GitHub Extension for Visual Studio

  •    CSharp

The Visual Studio 2017 15.3 installer has a bug that causes a corruption of the installed extensions data when you revert an installation of the extension (see also this MS issue). Until VS 2017 15.4 comes out, do not use Revert in Extensions and Updates.If you have an existing clone, make sure to run git submodule sync to update your local clone with the new locations for the submodules.

Git-Credential-Manager-for-Windows - Secure Git credential storage for Windows with support for Visual Studio Team Services, GitHub, and Bitbucket multi-factor authentication

  •    CSharp

The Git Credential Manager for Windows (GCM) provides secure Git credential storage for Windows. It's the successor to the Windows Credential Store for Git (git-credential-winstore), which is no longer maintained. Compared to Git's built-in credential storage for Windows (wincred), which provides single-factor authentication support working on any HTTP enabled Git repository, GCM provides multi-factor authentication support for Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, GitHub, and Bitbucket.This is a community project so feel free to contribute ideas, submit bugs, fix bugs, or code new features. For detailed information on how the GCM works go to the wiki.

rugged - ruby bindings to libgit2

  •    C

Rugged is a library for accessing libgit2 in Ruby. It gives you the speed and portability of libgit2 with the beauty of the Ruby language.libgit2 is a pure C implementation of the Git core methods. It's designed to be fast and portable. For more information about libgit2, check out libgit2's website or browse the libgit2 organization on GitHub.

pygit2 - Python bindings for libgit2

  •    Python

Pygit2 is a set of Python bindings to the libgit2 shared library, libgit2 implements Git plumbing.




GitVersion - Easy Semantic Versioning (http://semver.org) for projects using Git

  •    CSharp

Versioning when using git, solved. GitVersion looks at your git history and works out the semantic version of the commit being built.GitVersion works on Mac, Linux with Mono and Windows.

gitextensions - Git Extensions is a standalone UI tool for managing git repositories

  •    CSharp

Git Extensions is a standalone UI tool for managing git repositories. It also integrates with Windows Explorer and Microsoft Visual Studio (2010/2012/2013/2015/2017). For more information please check out our website http://gitextensions.github.io/ or download the latest version and give it a try.

lolcommits - :camera: git-based selfies for software developers

  •    Ruby

lolcommits takes a snapshot with your webcam every time you git commit code, and archives a lolcat style image with it. Git blame has never been so much fun. By default, the lol images are stored by a Github style short SHA in a ~/.lolcommits directory created for you.


Git Large File Storage - Git extension for versioning large files

  •    Go

Git LFS is a command line extension and specification for managing large files with Git. The client is written in Go, with pre-compiled binaries available for Mac, Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD.

gitsome - A supercharged Git/GitHub command line interface (CLI)

  •    Python

An Official Integration for GitHub and GitHub Enterprise.The Git command line does not integrate with GitHub, forcing you to toggle between command line and browser.

SparkleShare - Share and collaborate by syncing with any Git repository instantly

  •    CSharp

SparkleShare is a file sharing and collaboration app. It works just like Dropbox, and you can run it on your own server. It's available for Linux distributions, macOS, and Windows. Support the project on Patreon. SparkleShare creates a special folder on your computer. You can add remotely hosted folders (or "projects") to this folder. These projects will be automatically kept in sync with both the host and all of your peers when someone adds, removes or edits a file.

gitosis - Manage git repositories, provide access to them over SSH, with tight access control and not needing shell accounts

  •    Python

Documentation is still lacking, and non-default configurations (e.g. config file, repositories, installing in a location that is not in PATH) basically have not been tested at all. Basic usage should be very reliable -- the project has been hosting itself for a long time. Any help is welcome. gitosis aims to make hosting git repos easier and safer. It manages multiple repositories under one user account, using SSH keys to identify users. End users do not need shell accounts on the server, they will talk to one shared account that will not let them run arbitrary commands.

git-repo - Git-Repo: CLI utility to manage git services from your workspace

  •    Python

For the past few months I've been really busy coding on stuff that puts food on the table… And sadly, I cannot give this project all the love it deserves. Which is why it's taken me months to spend a few hours merge and release the PRs featured in this repository. actually the namespace is facultative, as per default you can (and want to) only create new repositories within your own account.

gitreflow - Reflow automatically creates pull requests, ensures the code review is approved, and squash merges finished branches to master with a great commit message template

  •    Ruby

Reflow will make your life easier. Reflow automatically creates pull requests, ensures the code review is approved, and merges finished branches to master with a great commit message template.

git-sizer - Compute various size metrics for a Git repository, flagging those that might cause problems

  •    Go

Avoid storing generated files (e.g., compiler output, JAR files) in Git. It would be better to regenerate them when necessary, or store them in a package registry or even a fileserver. Avoid storing large media assets in Git. You might want to look into Git-LFS, which allows you to version your media assets in Git while actually storing them outside of your repository.

Gitleaks - Searches full repo history for secrets and keys

  •    Go

Gitleaks audits local and remote repos by running regex checks against all commits.

mergepbx - script for merging XCode project files in git

  •    Python

Tracking a Xcode project in a version control system is annoying. Simply adding files can lead to merge conflicts that have to be solved manually, although it would be possible to resolve the conflict automatically, if the merge algorithm would be aware of the structure of Xcode's project file. After long and annoying merge sessions in one of my projects, I came to the conclusion, that writing a merge driver for git which understands the structure of the project file would be a worthwhile endeavour, as it would save me from solving the merge conflicts for my co-workers.

docker-ce - Docker CE

  •    Go

This repository hosts open source components of Docker CE products. The master branch serves to unify the upstream components on a regular basis. Long-lived release branches host the code that goes into a product version for the lifetime of the product. This repository is solely maintained by Docker, Inc.

git-imerge - Incremental merge for git

  •    Python

Perform a merge between two branches incrementally. If conflicts are encountered, figure out exactly which pairs of commits conflict, and present the user with one pairwise conflict at a time for resolution. I think that it is easiest to understand the concept of incremental merging visually, and therefore I recommend the video of my git-imerge presentation from the GitMerge 2013 conference (20 min) as a good place to start. The full slides for that talk are available in this repository under doc/presentations/GitMerge-2013. At the same conference, I was interviewed about git-imerge by Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen for his GitMinutes Podcast #12.