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TortoiseGit

TortoiseGit is a Windows Shell Interface to Git and based on TortoiseSVN. It's open source and can fully be build with freely available software.

  • Windows
Avg rating of 4 (3)| 3 comments

TortoiseGit Screenshots

(Configurable) Context menu
Tailored context menu for (ignored) .patch files
Drag'n'drop context menu
Overlay icons in explorer indicating the status of files and folders
Integration in properties
Cloning
Commit Dialog
Push Dialog
Sync Dialog
Log Dialog
Compare (Revisions) Dialog
Repository Browser
Revision Graph
Merge Dialog
Conflict handling
Rebase Dialog
VS Style Blame
Handling patches
Handling patches
Handling patches
Handling patches
Handling Submodules
Handling Submodules
TortoiseGitMerge: Diffing/Merging files/patches
TortoiseGitMerge: Diffing/Merging files/patches
Browse references
Supports bisecting
Supports bisecting
 Suggest and vote on features

TortoiseGit Features

  1.  Git SupportTortoiseGit supports Git, a free and open source distributed version control system.
  2.  LightweightTortoiseGit consumes less device resources compared to similar apps.

TortoiseGit information

Supported Languages

  • English

Our users have written 3 comments and reviews about TortoiseGit, and it has gotten 118 likes

TortoiseGit was added to AlternativeTo by DarkJedi613 on and this page was last updated .

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b4st1en
  
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Was used to use TortoiseSvn, so when it cames to Git... Thanks for the good job !

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JackFosters
  
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Really good for those, who don't want to use Linux for work in GIT. THis software helps to do everything needed (pull, push, merge). And also the logo (turtle) is very nice, too :)

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MandyFloost

really helps in professional life. I am not a developer, and work with git in Win environment. Really like this!

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fibo
  
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TortoiseGit is really great for:

  • comparing a file with its previous version(s)
  • solving "3file conflicts" where a file contains conflictong snippets (**but **TortoiseGit "helps to create" them, see below)

TortoiseGit is really bad for:

  • detecting and preventing conflicts both at "pull" and "push" times
  • selecting easily files in a subdir (does not hint very well at select-time which files were really updated and need to be synced)

I am a happy TortoiseGit user for files comparisons, history, etc.

  • For staging I prefer Git-Bash or Git-GUI
  • For pulling I prefer Git-Bash
  • For pushing I prefer Git-GUI
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Tags

  • Version Control
  • Git Client
  • development
  • supply-chain-management

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