Repo
Repo
0.9.9

5.0

Repo free download for Mac

Repo

0.9.9
01 July 2013

Git client.

Overview

Repo is a Git client for your Mac. It allows you to:

Commit

  • Tear-off commit window, Keep your commit window handy as you develop.
  • Push changes to remotes
  • Discard changes, ignore files, show files in Finder
History
  • Searchable history. Search by comment, committer
  • Compare revisions
  • Checkout a revision
Advanced File Tracking
  • Auto-discovers repositories. Repo automatically discovers and indexes all the repositories on your disks
  • Repository state tracking. Prefer to do something from the command-line, no problem. Repo automatically reacts to state changes in the repository.
  • Instantly detects changes on the file system
Integration
  • Integrates with GitHub, Beanstalk and Bit Bucket
  • Works with your favorite IDE. Xcode, Coda, Eclipse, TextMate, BBEdit, Expresso and more...
  • Integrated Git console. Need to do some deep dark Git magic? You can always drop right into the console without leaving Repo
Diff and Merge
  • Text Diff. The collapsed unified diff allows for quick scanning of changes
  • Image Diff. Swipe between changed images
  • Clean merges. Repo uses an advanced merge algorithm that results in cleaner merges.
More...
  • Fetch changes
  • Checkout and create branches
  • Track remote branches
  • Create and checkout tags
  • Stash and apply stashed changes. You can also set it to auth-stash on branch changes.
  • View your stash. You can see everything in your stash, and the files changed in each stash item.
  • Open files in the application of your choice.
  • View status
  • Stage and upstage files

What's new in Repo

Version 0.9.9:
  • Improved user experience for checking out remote branches, remote branches are now listed under the checkout command
  • Added instructional text for certain commands
  • User experience enhancements
  • Bug fixes

1 Repo Reviews

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Rochade
29 June 2012

Most helpful

I am always interested in new git clients but there is no documentation available on how to use this and it is very unclear how it actually works. I can't add a local repository, no info is shown in the window, ... Even on the developer site there is no information at all. So, at the moment this application isn't working for me and I stick with Tower.
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Version 0.9b1
Rochade
29 June 2012
I am always interested in new git clients but there is no documentation available on how to use this and it is very unclear how it actually works. I can't add a local repository, no info is shown in the window, ... Even on the developer site there is no information at all. So, at the moment this application isn't working for me and I stick with Tower.
Like
Version 0.9b1
4 answer(s)
DmgCtrl
DmgCtrl
29 June 2012
Yep, we are working on the introduction to Repo screens as this is our first public beta of the app. Repo doesn't work like tower, it is a hot-key driven application. So start by mapping Repo to a hot key in preferences (I also recommend making sure auto pivot is enabled.) Then you will be able to launch Repo, type "Init", "Clone" or the name of a folder that contains a repository, you can then navigate through the menu tree with your arrow keys. I recommend checking out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC4q5Rysi3c&feature=youtu.be, it shows some of Repo's capabilities and will give you a little better idea on how to use the app. Mac
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DmgCtrl
DmgCtrl
03 July 2012
We just released a new build of the app that includes some improvements to the setup screens that should help new users get started with Repo. We will continue to improve these screen in future versions, if you have any other problems let us know and we will work to get them sorted out as soon as possible. Thanks.
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Rochade
Rochade
05 July 2012
OK, found the way through Repo. But it is hard to maintain as many git repositories as I have as there seems to be no list of your repos. You have to remember them all and type them in. Am I missing something or will this be added in a future version?
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DmgCtrl
DmgCtrl
05 July 2012
We don't have a plan for a feature like that at the moment. Right now if you type in a character it will show you a list of repositories with those characters in its name, so that you can see a list of repositories without typing in the whole name. Also, if you enable smart-pivot, Repo figures out what repository the file you are editing is in, so you can easily launch into a repository. Do you have a particular use case for when you'd just like to browse a list of all your repositories, usually when working with it, I know what repository I am looking for. If we can understand what you are trying to do, perhaps we can create a flow that is optimized for that action. Thanks, Mac
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$59.00

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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