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Git Extensions is a standalone UI tool for managing git repositories. It also integrates with Windows Explorer and Microsoft Visual Studio (2015/2017/2019).
Version 3.6 (build instructions)
Windows only Runtime environment MS Windows 7SP1+ // MS .NET 5.0 Development MS VS 2019 (v16.9+), C# 9 // VC++ (inc. ATL for x86/x64 for installer) Current dev status Translations
Version 3.0 - 3.5.x (build instructions)
Windows only Runtime environment MS Windows 7SP1+ // MS .NET Framework 4.6.1+ Development MS VS 2019 (v16.8+), C# 9 // VC++ (inc. ATL for x86/x64 for installer) Current dev status
This stream contains the last cross-platform version running both on Windows (MS .NET Framework) and on Linux/Mac (Mono). [More...] This stream contains the last cross-platform version running both on Windows (MS .NET Framework) and on Linux/Mac (Mono). The code is in maintenance mode with no significant active development planned. Only certain bug fixes are currently ported across, however there may be consideration given for certain features to be ported across from the v3.x stream.
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Windows Linux/Mac Runtime environment MS Windows 7SP1+ MS .NET Framework 4.6.1+ Linux / Mac (possible) Mono 5.0+ (Recommended 5.14.0 or later) Development MS VS 2015/2017, C#6 MonoDevelop / JetBrains Rider / MS VS for Mac Current dev status Translations
If you want to update a portable version, you should delete all the files and the subfolders from the existing folder except:
- User defined themes in folder Themes
v3.5.3 [ Download ] Current dev stream NB: expect :unicorn: :unicorn: :dragon: :dragon: and :bug: :bug: [ Download ] Visual Studio VSIX (2015/2017/2019) [ Download ] or install from Visual Studio via Extensions Visual Studio addin (2010/2012/2013) Included with installer for the 2.x branch. Download and run setup.exe Visual Studio 2010 Addin.zip Visual Studio 2012 Addin.zip Visual Studio 2013 Addin.zip Visual Studio Code VSIX Kudos to @pmiossec [ Download ] or install via VSCode NB: Please direct all discussions about the VSIX to its own repo. IntelliJ platform IDEs Kudos to @DmitryZhelnin [ Download ] or install via IDE Plugins settings NB: Please direct all discussions about this plugin to its own repo. Git Extensions for VS Code Kudos to @Carl-Hugo This extension allows users to Browse with Git Extensions from the Explorer and the Editor. It supports a single folder and workspaces. Nothing fancier. [ Download ] from the Marketplace or install via VS Code NB: Please direct all discussions about this extension to its own repo.
Project maintainers pledge to foster an open and welcoming environment, and ask contributors to do the same.
For more information see our [code of conduct](CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md).
- We thank all the people who contribute, the project exists because of you
- We thank JetBRAINS for ReSharper licenses
- We thank SemanticMerge for licenses
- We thank SignPath.io for the free code signing
- We thank SignPath Foundation for the signing certificate
- We thank Yusuke Kamiyamane for the icons (CCA/3.0)
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- Website: gitextensions.github.io Git repo
- Source code: github.com/gitextensions/gitextensions
- Online manual: git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org Git repo
- Issue tracker: github.com/gitextensions/gitextensions/issues
- Wiki: github.com/gitextensions/gitextensions/wiki
- Gitter chat: gitter.im/gitextensions/gitextensions
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