Is there a file explorer tool for Git [on hold]
I have been looking for a tool that will allow me to select a branch/commit in Git and have it display a tree view for the files in that branch/commit. Specifically, I am looking for a Windows tool that will work similar to how Windows Explorer works to display files with the branch/commit as the root of the tree and expanding/selecting a branch/commit would show you the files committed in that branch/commit.
GitExtensions is doing it quite well. Open your repository Select your commit Select the tab 'File tree'
You have a lot to pick, you can read about the and try some of them: #1 SmartGit #2 GitKraken #3 GitExtensions #4 SourceTree #5 TortoiseGit #6 GitHub Desktop #7 Git for Windows #8 Magit #9 Aurees #14 Git BASH
git-gui? There are other clients out there (tortoise integration with windows explorer)
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