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Git kicking it OS X style.
Discussion and support: http://groups.google.com/group/gitnub
Bug reports and request: Lighthouse Issue Tracker
Download Latest Release
- 0.9.1 / Released August 5
- 0.9.0 / Released June 23
- 0.8.5 / Released March 29
- 0.8.0 / Released March 22
- 0.7.0 / Released March 12th
- 0.6.0 Alpha / Released March 9th
- 0.5-alpha / Released March 8th
- Fixes crashing on launch (LSOpenURLFromSpec) caused by having a custom Ruby installed.
- Search support. Search by Committer, Author, SHA1, or Path.
- GitHub Network viewer integration.
- View remote branches and tags in addition to local branches.
- Select active branch on startup.
- Launch much faster thanks to async loading of Gravatars
- Adds the Copy menu back to the main view
- Always update the main view when paging
- Fix font color for table cell expansion frame
- Automatic updates delivered with Sparkle
- Remember window’s size and position when launching GitNub
- Use users time preferences to format dates
- Fix an issue where uppercase gravatar names would cause a crash
- Fix a bug where mode changes would cause a crash
- Only show one line of commit in source list
- Treat multiline commit messages as title/description
- Branch menu now swaps to proper branch
- nub command now a simple shell script
See the commit list for a full list of changes
- Completely new `nub` command, allowing you to place the GitNub.app anywhere
- Refresh with command+R or interface button
- Refactored Gravatar table cell.
- (0.6.0) March 8: http://s3.amazonaws.com/caged/gitnub-take4.png
- March 6: http://alternateidea.com/assets/2008/3/6/gitnub-take3.png
- March 4:* http://alternateidea.com/assets/2008/3/5/gitnub-take2small.png
- March 3: http://alternateidea.com/assets/2008/3/4/gitnub.png
Open Bugs (moved down page for now because lighthouse script is stopping rest of page from displaying)