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Git GUI Clients

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A Git GUI client is a graphical application that provides a user-friendly interface for interacting with the Git version control system. It helps users manage their repositories, visualize commit history, branches, and other Git-related tasks without having to use the command line.

Alternatives to a GUI client:

  • Git commands built into your wiki client, personal knowledge manager (Obsidian and Obsidian Git), or source code IDE.
  • command line Git.

Most Git GUI clients are built for developers, and focus on making complex commit and branch operations

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  • Git Extensions (Windows)
  • Fork (macOS)
  • Tower (Windows and macOS)

Lists of clients:

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