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Added TortoiseGit to the clientapps #182

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philippbeckmann commented May 5, 2014

As of version 1.8.6.0, TortoiseGit registers an url handler named "tgit://". This PR adds it to the clientapps.json.

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"legal": "released under the GPLv2 open source license",
"cloneUrl": "tgit://clone/${repoUrl}",
"productUrl": "http://www.tortoisegit.org",
"transports": [ "http", "https" ],

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Since it supports SSH too I think we can just drop the transports spec.

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{
"name": "TortoiseGit",
"title": "TortoiseGit",
"description": "The coolest Interface to Git Version Control",

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gitblit May 5, 2014

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And no propaganda. How about Windows shell interface to Git -- that is the project description on GoogleCode.

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Just copied it from their homepage. But you're right, i overlooked the description in the google header. I'll change it.

gitblit added a commit that referenced this pull request May 5, 2014

Merge pull request #182 from philippbeckmann/client_tgit
Added TortoiseGit to the clientapps

@gitblit gitblit merged commit 6a89722 into gitblit:master May 5, 2014

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