QGit – git GUI viewer built on Qt/C++

QGit is a Qt application for viewing GIT trees. With QGit you will be able to browse revision tree, view patch content and changed files, graphically following different development branches.

You can navigate through logs, file names, file history, archive tree. All the views will be updated accordingly.

QGit is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • View revisions, diffs, files history, files annotation, archive tree.
  • History search.
  • Commit changes visually cherry picking modified files.
  • Compare commits.
  • Checkout.
  • Apply or format patch series from selected commits, drag and drop commits between two instances of qgit.
  • Implements a GUI for the most common StGIT commands like push/pop and apply/format patches. You can also create new patches or refresh current top one using the same semantics of git commit, i.e. cherry picking single modified files.
  • Patch viewer.
  • Integration with StGIT.

Website: digilander.libero.it/mcostalba
Support: Guide
Developer: Marco Costalba
License: GNU GPL v2

QGit

QGit is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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