What is GitPlex?
GitPlex mimics git log in web interface, with hints and auto-completes available to help user quickly constructing desired commit queries.
GitPlex is a tool in the Code Collaboration & Version Control category of a tech stack.
Who uses GitPlex?
Why developers like GitPlex?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use GitPlex
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- Commit search with hints and auto-completion
- Code search by symbols, file names, and texts
- Source structure outlines (currently Java only)
- Jump to symbol definitions (currently Java only)
- Quickly highlight symbol occurrences in current file
- Able to control write access on branch, directory and file level
- Able to control who can create/delete tags
- Prevent history of specified branches from being rewritten
- Comment any portion of code or diff to start discussion
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