At present, it's likely it will only work on MacOS X, and even then full functionality requires some manual effort.
In short, you probably don't want to be using this yet.
Clone this repo somewhere under Assets/Editor in your project. If your project is not yet checked into git, then you'll need to do the appropriate setup and add this as a submodule (google: git-submodule).
If you already use git for your project, then just add this as a submodule.
- Click "Tools" -> "Git"
- Click on one of the options, as needed.
Requires Unity 3.0+, and will probably wind up requiring Git 1.7.3+ although at this stage its usage of Git isn't terribly sophisticated.
It will not work with Unity 2.x, or Unity/iPhone 1.x.
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- Provide options for setting up a project under git.
- Configurable path to git/gitk binaries.
- Option to substitute gitx for gitk/git-gui.
- Don't require a manual symlink in /usr/bin for gitk.
- Windows support.
- Actual GUI interface for various git operations.