What is git-dit?
git-dit is a distributed issue tracker in/for git, currently implemented as proof-of-concept in Bash. It does explicitely not store any "structured data" like JSON, YAML or such, but simply uses git commit messages for issue messages.
git-dit is a tool in the Git Tools category of a tech stack.
git-dit is an open source tool with 408 GitHub stars and 17 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to git-dit's open source repository on GitHub
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