|| ||Marco Costalba <email@example.com>|
|| ||Sat, 9 Jul 2005 01:15:12 -0700 (PDT)|
Here is qgit-0.7, a GUI git viewer.
you can download from:
This time a small changelog, but a lot of work ;-)
- rewrite of graph drawing
- start-up loading: switch to use git-rev-list --topo-order
- final fixes to annotation
- cache of file lists to speed-up loading of file names
- added color background on heads
Graph now uses connected lines and should be better to follow,
also the switch from home grown to legacy git-rev-list --topo-order helps in
clarify revs history.
Annotation now works for me in all cases with the limitation that does not
When you run qgit for the first time it takes some time to git-rev-list and
git-diff-tree the repo. Following runs are faster because a persistent
cache of file names is used, so the speed is the same of just running git-rev-list.
Note: because of the use of --topo-order option in git-rev-list you need a very
recent copy of git.
For people who missed previous releases, a brief feature list:
- revisions log with diff and file viewer windows
- graph of development lines
- automatic update of all open views when navigating through lists
- filter by a substring (with wildcards support) in SHA, short log, author or paths
- colored file list window: green new file, red removed one
- patch viewer of diffs against parent, head or a mouse selected (CTRL + PRESS) rev
- file viewer with automatic annotation of content and file history
- file viewer with substring find function and jump to diff with double-click in
- command line arguments support using git-rev-parse
- highlight on tags and heads
As usual, to try qgit:
-copy qgit in the path
-run qgit from a git working directory
Please refer to README for more information.
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