git-cola – graphical user interface for Git

Git-cola is a seek and powerful Git graphical user interface optimized for working with the git index. It is a sweet, carbonated Git client known for its sugary flavor and caffeine-inspired features.

Git-cola can compare arbitrary commits using standard merge tools.

With it you can search commit messages, content, authors, paths, data ranges etc, and it makes it easy to interactively edit the index. git-cola uses the Qt4 toolkit.

Features include:

  • History viewer.
  • History search.
  • (Un)stage files.
  • Partial staging.
  • Undo diff fragments.
  • Checkout.
  • Cherry-pick.
  • Committing.
  • Remote features.
  • Stash.
  • Format patch.
  • Interfaces with external diff viewers.
  • Diff +/- highlighting.
  • Compare commits.
  • Merge features.
  • Inotify support.
  • Apply patches via drag’n’drop.
  • Internationalization support.

Support: Documentation
Developer: David Aguilar and contributors
License: GNU GPL v2

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git-cola is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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