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|31 Recommended Products||Recommendations||Platforms||License||Price|
|#1 Magit· · ·||37 | 0||Any supported by Emacs (Linux, Windows,macOS,*BSD...)||GPLv3||–|
|#2 SourceTree· · ·||256 | 174||Windows, macOS||–||Free|
|#3 SmartGit· · ·||269 | 70||Linux, Mac, Windows||–||$79-$47.40/user (perpetual) or $5.99-$3.59/user (monthly subscription)|
|#4 git-cola· · ·||9 | 4||Windows, macOS, Linux||GPLv2||–|
|#5 GitKraken· · ·||320 | 112||Windows, Mac, Linux||–||Free / $49 per yr / $39-$25 per yr (teams) / $79 per yr (offline)|
|#6 Git Extensions· · ·||13 | 1||Windows, Linux, MacOS||–||–|
Magit is an interface to the version control system Git, implemented as an Emacs package....
SmartGit is very handy at viewing diffs, logs, history and deleting/staging working copy...
There are times I am writing a small snippet of code to share withs someone or just to t...
MacDown is an open source Markdown editor for OS X, released under the MIT License. It is...
Homebrew is a package manager for OS X. For alternatives see here. HomeBrew (the command...
iTerm2 is a replacement for Terminal and the successor to iTerm. It works on Macs with Le...
Something of a starter kit for Emacs, Spacemacs is named for its extensive mnemonic space...
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