git 2.20.1 💾

Git is a distributed version control system, originally designed for Linux kernel development and large projects with non-linear workflows. It's comprised of individual tools, reuses ssh and rsync protocols, emphasises speed and data integrity, and keeps every checkout as full-fledged repository, and cryptographically authenticates source history. Various graphical frontends, IDE integrations and web services (GitHub) exist; with its git-fast-export format meanwhile serves interoperability with

minor feature: A few newly added tests were not portable and caused minority, platforms to report false breakages, which have been. Portability for a recent update to parse-options API. "git help -a" did not work well when an overly long alias is, defined, which has been corrected. A recent update accidentally squelched an error message when the, run_command API failed to run a missing command, which has been, corrected.

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BashStyle-NG 10.5

BashStyle-NG is a graphical tool and toolchain for changing the behaviour and look'n'feel of Bash, Readline, Vim, Nano and Git. Possibilities include Bash: 12 fancy pre-defined prompt styles, colors are customizable, random text color, random prompt style for each session possible, create your own prompt using UI, colored manpages (without using most), rembering last visited directory (and restore upon new session), customize bash history settings, lscd: customized variant of cd, showing conte

QtPass 1.2.3

Password management should be simple and follow Unix philosophy. With QtPass, each password lives inside of a gpg encrypted file whose filename is the title of the website or resource that requires the password. These encrypted files can be be organised into meaningful folder hierarchies, which can be shared with teams.

multi-git-status 1.0

Multi-git-status shows uncommited, untracked, unpushed and unpulled changes in multiple Git repositories.

GitLab 8.0.5

GitLab is a development collaboration tool and git DVCS frontend. It includes repository management features, code reviews, an issue tracker, activity feeds and wikis. GitLab provides fine-grained access control, user management, 5 permission levels and branch constraints, and can utilize LDAP/AD intranet authorization. Powered by Ruby on Rails it comes as open source package, and as commercial supported enterprise version.