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A Git client for the Mac
Authored by: asmeurer on Dec 16, '10 01:57:08PM

Well, that's about as nice as any of these, if you don't mind ascii graphs. The problem is that if you want to view one of those commits, you have to copy the SHA1 and paste it into a new git show command. Tools like GitX make it easy to view---in a streamlined way---all the recent changes in a branch, both with the simple log view with the merge lines like your command gives, but also with their commit messages and diffs.

Although I suppose you could get something like this from the command line just by changing the options to git log. Still, it's a pretty Cocoa interface vs. ascii stuff. And GitX gives you pictures of people (if they have uploaded a Gravatar).



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