Git Overview keeps track of your Git repositories.
Git revolutionized version control. Git repositories exist almost everywhere on the hard disk. This sometimes makes it difficult to keep track of all the repositories scattered across your hard disk. With Git Overview you can now watch all your repositories. The icon in the menu bar informs you whether one of the repositories contains an open change.
The Git Overview menu shows the status of all added repositories. You can quickly see which repositories have pending changes or need to be uploaded to the remote page. Clicking on any of the items in the menu will open a terminal session in the chosen repository and get you started.
Git Overview also offer you the option "Ask On Close". If "Ask OnClose" is enabled, Git Overview will note before exiting if one of the repositories has any open changes. The message prevents you from shutting down your Mac and gives you the opportunity to edit the open changes.
To keep track of your repositories, Git Overview can be conveniently started at login.
- See the state of multiple repositories at a glance
- See if one of the repositories has work left
- Stop a system shut down in case there are open changes
- Repositories which are detached show a short SHA hash and three dots instead of the branch name
Icons are show in front of a repository have the following meaning:
No symbol at all: Repository is up to date.
!: Repository is in some special state (ongoing merge, rebase, revert, ...)
+: Some tracked files are changed or new files are added. Basically, there is a change in this repository.
Arrow down: Repository is behind of the tracking branch, pull to get in sync.
Arrow up: Repository is ahead of the tracking branch, push to get in sync.
Items with italic font are not a git repositories (anymore or never have been).
Fix ask on close
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.