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Allow opening the Log while a push is taking place

Ram Rachum 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 1

When a push is taking place in the main window, or any other action, I can't open the Log. I have to wait for it to finish. I wish I could open the log despite it not being finished.


Add file system case-sensitivity sensitivy

gchurchill 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 1

Detect when the filesystem (Windows) can't sense the filename case differences of a given repo (Linux Kernel) to avoid falsely indicating Example.h is a changed version of exAMple.h. This would avoid indicating that you have uncommitted changes the instant you clone a given repo with only case differences in certain different file names.


SmartGit needs to be able to handle multiple user profiles and SSH keys.

Sky 3 years ago updated by Thomas Singer 3 years ago 1

This is one of the real hassles with Git that should not be done manually. I would buy this product in a heartbeat if it handled this functionality.


compare two seperate files in same repo

zolo 3 years ago updated by Thomas Singer 3 years ago 1

It would be nice to be able to use SmartGit to compare two files in the repo


Have digital signatures for all downloadbles files

Guy 3 years ago updated by Thomas Singer 3 years ago 1

Be able to pull directly from an upstream branch

Jonne Kats 3 years ago updated by Colin Richardson 3 years ago 3

When using forks you want to be able to pull from an upstream branch. Currently its only possible to fetch from a branch that is not being tracked.

What I normally do at the command line is: git pull upstream <branch> (Even though the branch is untracked)


Enable GitFlow directly when cloning/opening a new repo

Pierre Goiffon 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 3

Currently you need to first clon/open the new repository, and then got to the gitflow dialog to enable it.

SmatGit could propose a checkbox in the open / clone dialogs to firectly configure GitFlow. It could also automatically detect that both develop and master exists in the new repo, and propose directly to configure GitFlow ?


support for hg 4.1

tanabics 3 years ago updated by Marc Strapetz 3 years ago 2