Git has plenty of great features. Using all of them can be difficult if you only have your command line at hand. That's why we built Tower. It's all about your Git repositories: where are they located on your disk? Is your local working copy some commits ahead of or behind the remote origin repository? Let the "Browse View" show you which files you modified, how you modified them, and which files are staged for the next commit Managing branches, tags, remote repositories, and stashes is easy as pie: drag and drop to merge, rebase, pull, or create new ones. Most of the time, you only want to know about the last few commits that happened - not about the very first commit from 2 years ago. The "Recent History" view was designed to give you a quick overview of the most recent activity in your Git repo. The "History List" shows you all commits in a classic "email style" view. The lower part contains everything there is to know about a certain commit - including e.g. integrated file diff information.
PriceUSD59
LicenseFree to try
File Size30.23 MB
Version2.6.4
Operating System Macintosh
System Requirements<ul><li>macOS High Sierra </li><li>macOS Sierra </li><li>OS X El Capitan </li><li>OS X Yosemite </li><li>OS X Mavericks </li><li>OS X Mountain Lion

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