Tower 5.2

Description

Tower is a Git client for OS X that makes using Git easy and more efficient. Users benefit from its elegant and comprehensive interface and a feature set that lets them enjoy the full power of Git.

Tower abstracts Git’s complexity in an easy-to-use interface. For example, lots of actions can be performed simply via drag-and-drop, and mistakes can be undone easily. Advanced users can increase their productivity with features like single line staging, submodule support, or the file history.

Features
  • git-svn support
  • File history
  • git-flow support
  • Submodule support
  • git-lfs support
  • Blame view
  • Single-line staging (per-line committing)
  • Cherry-picking
  • Discard chunks/lines
  • Direct Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, GitSwarm, Beanstalk, Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server and Rhodecode integration
  • Support for Bitbucket team accounts
  • Support for full-screen and Retina displays
  • Many powerful drag-and-drop features include merge, rebase, push /pull to/from remote, apply stash, create new branch, etc.

What's New Version 5.2

New:
  • Rebase Onto: Tower now supports the "--onto" flag of the Rebase operation. In a nutshell, this allows you to "switch the base" for a series of commits, which is especially useful for those of you who work extensively with feature branches.
  • Amend Commit: It is now possible to edit a commit without removing the original author’s name using the new Amend Commit option. The resulting commit will still have the original committer as the author and you as the committer.
Improved:
  • Diff View: The ignore whitespace option will now remain enabled / disabled on file changes.
  • Quick Actions: We’ve improved the sorting of results in the Quick Actions dialog: exact matches now appear at the top of the list.
  • Cherry-Picking: You can now cherry-pick commits that are behind (only available on the remote branch) when viewing the current HEAD branch.
  • Performance: We refactored the initial config loading process, removing potential blocking calls that can result in beachballing.
Fixed:
  • Azure DevOps Pull Requests: In some cases, the URL for Pull Requests was incorrectly generated.

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