P3X Gitlist Alternatives
GitLab is a on-premise or hosted Git repository management tool. It also includes code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and continuous integration.
- - GitLab is the most popular Web-based, Linux & Self-Hosted alternative to P3X Gitlist.
- - GitLab is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to P3X Gitlist.
Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.
- - Gitea is the most popular Windows & Mac alternative to P3X Gitlist.
Code collaboration version control. Offers hosted (freemium) for limited (5) users, and a commercial self-hosted for a subscription. Free licenses are available for qualified open source projects, nonprofits, and classrooms.
Gitweb is a Git web interface. It is written in Perl and can be used as a CGI script, or as a mod_perl legacy script (run by ModPerl::Registry handler). It allows browsing a git repository (or a set of git repositories) using a web browser.
Apache Allura is an open source implementation of a software forge, a web site that manages source code repositories, bug reports, discussions, wiki pages, blogs, and more for any number of individual projects.
Gitolite allows you to setup git hosting on a central server, with fine-grained access control and many more powerful features.
GitList allows you to browse repositories using your favorite browser, viewing files under different revisions, commit history and diffs. GitList is free and open source software, written in PHP, on top of Silex and the Twig template engine.
ForgeFed (formerly GitPub) is a decentralized federation protocol based on the W3C's ActivityPub, which extends ActivityStream 2.0. It provides a server to server API for pull request, forking and subscription of repositories provided by Git web services (services like...
A simple Gitweb replacement built with Django.Discontinued
django-git was last updated on December 22nd, 2010.
repo.or.cz is a public Git hosting site. Create a project in a snap, publish your development, give others push access and let anyone have a look and contribute. Alternatively, if you just see a random git:// URL fly by and want to check it out, or you have limited bandwidth or...