To invoke DeepGit from within IntelliJ IDEA, open the Preferences, go to Tools|External Tools and create a new tool there. An example configuration for Windows might look like:
Finally, confirm with OK. Now you can invoke DeepGit using Tools|External Tools|DeepGit. To assign a shortcut to quickly invoke DeepGit, open the Preferences, go to KeyMap and configure the shortcut for External Tools|External Tools|DeepGit. For instance, you might want to assign
To invoke DeepGit from within Eclipse, invoke Run|External Tools|External Tools Configuration and create a new configuration there. An example configuration for Windows might look like:
Now you will be able to invoke DeepGit using Run|External Tools|DeepGit.
Microsoft Visual Studio integration
To invoke DeepGit from within Microsoft Visual Studio, invoke Tools|External Tools... and create a new configuration there. An example configuration might look like:
Now Git DeepGit will be available from the Tools menu.
Note that this example is using a portable installation of DeepGit which is located at
You can invoke DeepGit from within Sublime using a Plugin:
- Locate your Sublime settings directory (in my case
C:\Users\marc\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages)
- In sub-directory
packages/user, create a python file
deepgit.pywith following content:
- Be sure to use the correct path to the DeepGit executable in the last line. On Windows,
c:/program files (x86)/deepgit/bin/deepgit.exewill most likely be fine
- Restart Sublime
- Open a file from your Git repository
- Open the Sublime console (View|Show Console)
- Now you should be able to invoke DeepGit by entering following command:
- If anything is wrong, Sublime should report a reasonable error message
To assign a keyboard shortcut for DeepGit (e.g.
Alt+Shift+D), open Preferences|Key Bindings and add a new binding, like: