GitHub for Mac OS X Makes Sharing and Managing Code Easy

Jun 22, 2011 - 4 Comments

Github for Mac

If you use GitHub for version control or just to share and manage code, you ought to grab the brand new GitHub client for Mac OS X. It’s a great looking app that lets you find and manage repositories, check commit history and changes, sync and view branches, create and merge branches, compare and rollback commits, and everything else you’d expect from a version control client and the social code sharing site.

You can download GitHub for free or read more about it on the github blog.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Development, Mac OS X

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  1. xf says:

    This is a great app

  2. Darren says:

    Check out Tower, it’s much better if you need advanced features for git

    http://www.git-tower.com/

    For the first release, GitHub isn’t bad though.

  3. Artdog says:

    Couldn’t agree more. Compared to Tower, this app is very limited.

  4. can’t login with github.app in mac os x. ti prompts to log in but nothing happens. any ideas to where i could find the logs for this application?

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