Posts Tagged ‘GitX’

Experimental GitX update 4

The primary features in this latest release are syntax highlighting and blame which is the awesome work of German Laullon. You can download the binary here. Syntax highlighting in the source view: Blame view: There are several bug fixes and tweaks, the most important of which is that creating gists on GitHub works again.

GitX update

I’ve release the third update to my experimental GitX branch. You can download the binary here. I’ve added an improved search interface for finding commits in the history. Commits that match the search are highlighted in the table view and you can step between them with the stepper or with cmd-G and cmd-shift-G. Git’s pickaxe […]

Experimental GitX fork

Here’s an update on my experimental GitX fork. Download the current binary from the github download page. Some of the things I’ve added are: Sidebar/source view I started with Pieter de Bie’s sidebar branch and went to town. Remote Operations Fetch, pull, push, add remote, clone, and clone to. Commit operations Merge, cherry-pick, and rebase. […]


In the copious free time I have now I have also started playing around with GitX, a GUI front end for git. You can find my fork at my GitHub page. I made the mistake of starting on a subfork of GitX. I did this because someone had added a feature that I wanted to […]