GitExtensions

Git Extensions is a standalone UI tool for managing git repositories. It also integrates with Windows Explorer and Microsoft Visual Studio (2015/2017/2019). (by gitextensions)

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Reviews and mentions

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  • Has anyone else seen this bizarre trend of developers refusing to use Git GUIs because they wanna 'git gud' at using the CLI?
    I can't recommend GitExtensions enough. It's a very good UI tool that maps the CLI commands 1 to 1 for the most part. In fact, whenever you do something through the UI, it opens up a console where it shows you the command it just run. I think it's a very good way to learn GIT: UI to see the tree in front of you, but you also see the commands. By default I see at all times the tree, the diff of the last commit and/or the console where I can just type in my commands, it's smooth. http://gitextensions.github.io/
  • Git Commands Explained with Cats (2017)
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-18
    I am an amateur dev who, for the last 10 years, is using 3 git commands with fingers crossed (because my only "git expert" is StackOverflow).

    GitExtensions[1] vastly improved my life. It is a wonderful program.

    [1] http://gitextensions.github.io/

  • Issue with using Git with Visual Studio 2012 on Windows 10
    In that case, I would suggest using git outside of Visual Studio with a GUI client such as GitExtensions.
  • AWESOME WINDOWS TOOLS
    dev.to | 2021-04-26
    Git Extensions - A powerful and easy to use UI for Git.
  • Unsure about how to push my c# code to github
    reddit.com/r/csharp | 2021-03-02
    If you have to stay with Visual Studio 2015, try Git Extensions, which can be integrated with Visual Studio and also can be used as a standalone application.
  • A Visual Git Reference
    https://gitextensions.github.io/ I've used sourcetree (for years) and gitahead, gitextensions is far, far better and allows more direct control over things without going to the command line.
  • SDL moving to GitHub
    Git Extensions is supposed to be good but I have no personal experience, I basically only use git and tig. GitKraken has a lot of mindshare but it's the only other client I'll proactively warn against, on account of being proprietary software that's completely unimaginative and built by a company that has pulled some questionable licensing moves in the past.

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gitextensions/gitextensions is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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