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Pragmatic Version Control Using Git by Travis Swicegood

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Third-Party Tools

More tools are being made for Git every day. This section highlights a few of the standout tools. All of these are currently maintained outside the official Git distribution, but many are created by developers who also contribute to Git.

GitX

GitX is a native OS X clone of gitk. It performs the same functions, except it looks like a native OS X application. You can view any branch one at a time or all the branches at once like with gitk. Its latest version includes the ability to create commits, similar to git-gui.

It is fairly new with the first commit being made in June 2008, but it was already up to its fourth stable release—0.4—by early fall of 2008. It is hosted on GitHub, where you can download the latest build and ...

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