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DeepGit vs Gitential: What are the differences?

What is DeepGit? A tool to investigate the history of source code. DeepGit is a tool to investigate the history of source code. It is based on git blame and makes it easy to trace changes to a line or block of code. DeepGit will detect code movements, even if lines are not identical.

What is Gitential? Analytics for Git Repositories. Gitential is a developer productivity tool that analyzes your source code repositories to help you identify possible issues with your software development.

DeepGit and Gitential can be categorized as "Git" tools.

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What is DeepGit?

DeepGit is a tool to investigate the history of source code. It is based on git blame and makes it easy to trace changes to a line or block of code. DeepGit will detect code movements, even if lines are not identical.

What is Gitential?

Gitential is a developer productivity tool that analyzes your source code repositories to help you identify possible issues with your software development.

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