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


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.

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


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


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


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.

grv - GRV is a terminal interface for viewing git repositories


GRV is a terminal based interface for viewing git repositories. It allows refs, commits and diffs to be viewed, searched and filtered. The behaviour and style can be customised through configuration. A query language can be used to filter refs and commits, see the Documentation section for more information. Note: grv is currently an alias used by oh-my-zsh. Add unalias grv to the end of your .zshrc to invoke GRV.

mergepbx - script for merging XCode project files in git


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.

git-imerge - Incremental merge for git


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.


gitosis - Software for hosting git repositories


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.

Memacs - What did I do on February 14th 2007? Visualize your (digital) life in Org-mode


Memacs extracts metadata (subjects, timestamps, contact information, …) from many different existing data sources (file names, emails, tweets, bookmarks, …) on your computer and generates files which are readable by GNU Emacs with Org-mode. Memacs - as the central component of the system - is a hub for all the connectors that add data from individual data sources. Those connectors are called Memacs modules or short module.

MSysGit:GitCheetah - Git client for Windows


TortoiseCVS (and later TortoiseSVN) set the scene for convenient source code management on Windows. Not to be left behind, git has the beginnings of a clone, called git-cheetah. This is a sub module of msysGit

xandikos - A CalDAV/CardDAV server


Xandikos is a lightweight yet complete CardDAV/CalDAV server that backs onto a Git repository. Xandikos (Ξανδικός or Ξανθικός) takes its name from the name of the March month in the ancient Macedonian calendar, used in Macedon in the first millennium BC.

scorsh - Signed-Commit Remote Shell - authenticated trigger for remote execution via Git


scorsh lets you trigger commands on a remote git server through commits, optionally signed with gnupg. scorsh is written in Go.

git-cinnabar - git remote helper to interact with mercurial repositories


When you update, please read this file again, it may contain important notes. cinnabar is the common natural form in which mercury can be found on Earth. It contains mercury sulfide and its powder is used to make the vermillion pigment.

git-deps - git commit dependency analysis tool


I also spoke about the tool in episode #32 of the GitMinutes podcast. It is fairly clear that two git commits within a single repo can be considered "independent" from each other in a certain sense, if they do not change the same files, or if they do not change overlapping parts of the same file(s).

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


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).

gitem - A Github organization reconnaissance tool.


Gitem is a tool for performing Github organizational reconnaissance. Gitem can be used to collect information at various levels of granularity from Github.

geet - Command line interface for performing Git hosting service operations


Command line interface for performing Git hosting service operations. This tool is a provider-independent version of Hub and Lab.