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You can safely use a preview version side-by-side with the release version.

Download SmartGit 23.1 preview 2

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Note

This preview version is a "rolling" release so it will require direct internet access to download the latest patches.

You can install and use the preview version in parallel to the release version, in this case:

  • For Windows, make sure to use the Portable bundle. The installer won't work for such a setup.
  • The preview version (except of the portable Windows bundle) will initially copy the settings from the release version, but writes them to its own settings directory. This means that settings of both versions will diverge.

What's new in SmartGit 23.1 preview 2?

Standard window: Reorder Tabs

Use drag and drop to reorder repository tabs in the Standard window.

Reorder tabs with drag and drop in the Standard window.
Configure the main branch from which feature branches are forked off. For multiple configured main branches, when starting a feature branch you can configure the used main branch.

Standard window: Support Multiple Main-Branches

Usually, there is one main development branch (e.g. develop), but sometimes there is a need for further release branches (e.g. release-2.1). These branches, as well as the feature branches prefix, can be configured now.

Standard window: Intuitive Branch/Tag Compare

Comparing two repository states defined by their branches (or tags), is as easy as selecting both of them in the All Branches+Tags list.

Intuitive compare of 2 refs.
Checking out a commit will create a branch.

Standard window: Checkout a Commit Creates (temp) Branch

Checking out a commit usually leaves the user in a state where further (new) commits easily can be lost. To avoid that, when checking out a commit in the Standard window, a (temporary) branch is created.

Standard window: Group Files by State

If you prefer to see all instead of just the changed files, you can now select "Group by State" to see modified states on top of the file list.

Files can be grouped by state.
Repositories easily can be filtered by path. Repositories easily can be initialized.

Standard window: Path Support in Filter

On the repositories tab you can filter repositories by path, add existing or initialize new repositories.

Improved Clean Working Tree

The options for the Clean Working Tree command are now easier to understand.

The options for the Clean Working Tree command are now easier to understand.