What is GitQlient?
It is a multi-platform Git client originally forked from QGit. The original idea was to provide a GUI-oriented Git client that was easy to integrate with QtCreator (currently shipped as GitQlientPlugin). This idea has grown since the day 1 to not only cover the integration with QtCreator but also to make it an app on it’s own.
GitQlient is a tool in the Git Tools category of a tech stack.
GitQlient is an open source tool with 418 GitHub stars and 27 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to GitQlient's open source repository on GitHub
Pros of GitQlient
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- Easy access to remote actions like: push, pull, submodules management and branches
- Branches management
- Tags and stashes management
- Submodules handling
- Allow to open several repositories in the same window
- Better visualization of the commits and the work in progress
- Better visualization of the repository view
GitQlient Alternatives & Comparisons
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