A new preview build for SmartGit 22.1 is available.
The good news: none of our recent product versions is using Log4J:
- SmartGit 18.1 and newer
- SmartSVN 9.3 and newer
- SmartSynchronize 3.5 and newer
- DeepGit 4.0 and newer
However, Log4J 1.x was used by older versions of our products:
- SmartGit 17.1 and older
- SmartSVN 9.2 and older
- SmartSynchronize 3.4 and older
- DeepGit 3.0 and older
Log4J 1.x should not be affected by CVE-2021-44228 (“Log4JShell”), but there is another important vulnerability CVE-2019-17571 affecting Log4J 1.x. For this reason, we have decided to remove the affected versions from our download archive.
The first public build of SmartGit 22.1 is available for download.
Its most important new feature is the new Standard window that combines a dedicated view for Local Changes with a History (Graph) view. It is meant for learning Git easier in a safer (less powerful) environment as well as offering all necessary commands for daily Git usage, e.g. committing into feature branches.
To use the Standard window you need to have a commercial license registered and have at least build 19032 (use Help | Check for Latest Build to get it):
We are delighted to announce the official release of SmartGit 21.2.
SmartGit 21.2 is a smaller release. Compared to SmartGit 21.1 is mostly adds only support for the Apple Silicon architecture (M1) on macOS 11 and 12, and switches the autoupdate from http to https.
SmartGit is a graphical front-end for the distributed version control systems Git which also can be used to work with Subversion repositories. SmartGit runs on 64-bit systems of Windows 7-11, macOS 10.13-12 and Linux (GTK 3.20+).
SmartGit can be used free of charge for by OpenSource developers, for learning Git by teachers and students. For commercial use or if support is needed, you can purchase commercial licenses starting with 59 USD/year net (55 EUR/year net).
Note: if you already have an existing installation of SmartGit and your license covers updates until 2021-07-12 or later, you will be upgraded automatically during the next couple of days.