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GitHub Desktop 1.4.2 Crack is one of the most successful code repository for software development projects that are revised using the Git control system. Because it is a web-based hosting service, you need to manage your files using your browser. Fortunately, you can also use the GitHub Desktopclient to manage the files you have uploaded to your repository. It requires you to have .Net Framework installed on your computer, a stable Internet connection and a GitHub account.
GitHub Desktop is a seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise. GitHub Desktop allows developers to synchronize branches, clone repositories, and more. Pull requests, merge button, fork queue, issues, pages, wiki: all awesome features that make sharing easier. But those things are only great after you’ve pushed your code to GitHub.
You’ll find all the projects you’re working on listed in the sidebar. If you’re starting a new project, use the repository drop down menu to create a new repository or clone an existing one directly from GitHub.com. Branches are essential to proposing changes and reviewing code on GitHub—and they’re always available in the top left corner of the repository view. Just select the current branch to switch branches or create a new one.
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View a diff of your uncommitted changes, and form the perfect commit by selecting the files—or even the specific lines—that make up a change. Enter the summary and description, then commit. Once you’re happy with your commits, you can open a pull request for review and discussion without leaving GitHub Desktop or touching the command line.
The application gives you the possibility to connect to your GitHub account in order to organize and manage the code files stored on it. This way, you do not have to go online on your browser to do so. In addition, the GitHub Desktop application helps you synchronize your files whenever an update occurs, so that you have access to the latest code changes. Aside from this, you can easily create new branches for your projects, so that others may modify your code and enhance its functionality.
The GitHub Desktop application provides you with a convenient way of saving all the online modified code to your computer, by “cloning” it. Furthermore, you can do the same operation from the regular GitHub to GitHub Enterprise, thus saving you a lot of time from manually transferring these files. Furthermore, you can easily change the default shell of your resources, so that your code gets compiled and ran with the appropriate tool. You can switch between Cmd, Git Bash, PowerShell or a custom one, helping you properly compile your projects.
Browse commits on local and remote branches to quickly and clearly see what changes still need to be merged. You can also merge your code to the master branch for deployment right from the app,
Start a project
You’ll find all the projects you’re working on listed in the sidebar. If you’re starting a new project, use the repository drop down menu to create a new repository or clone an existing one directly from GitHub.com.
Branches are essential to proposing changes and reviewing code on GitHub—and they’re always available in the top left corner of the repository view. Just select the current branch to switch branches or create a new one.
Craft the perfect commit
View a diff of your uncommitted changes, and form the perfect commit by selecting the files—or even the specific lines—that make up a change. Enter the summary and description, then commit.
The sync button pushes your changes to GitHub and pulls down other’s changes in one operation. It notifies you know when you have changes you haven’t pushed or there are new changes on GitHub you haven’t pulled down.
Clone repositories in one click
When you add repositories to GitHub Desktop for Windows, we automatically match them up with any organizations you belong to. Want to pull down a repository from GitHub.com? Check out the button on the website.
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“Branching is one of Git’s best features. We’ve made it easy to try out remote branches, create new local branches and publish branches to share with others.”
- macOS version updated to 1.4.1
- Improved: Updated git-lfs.
- Improved: Partially selected files are indicated in the changes list.
- Improved: Selected line color is now slightly lighter.
- Improved: Highlighting of changed ranges across multiple lines.
- Added: Use the comparison graph to compare two branches and keep them in sync.
- Added: Selecting a file selects all of its lines.
- Added: Highlight when hovering over already-selected lines on the Changes tab.
- Added: Buttons to open or show conflicted files.
- Added: Branch menu, with items to rename, delete, merge, and publish branches.
- Fixed: Refreshing GitHub info would fail for users with Enterprise 11.x.
- Fixed: Potential crash when viewing a diff.
- Fixed: Potential crash after selecting a commit to view.
- Fixed: Crash while trying to view a diff if the file’s path cannot be determined.
- Fixed: Some operations hanging when an error occurred.
- Fixed: Sync not (ahem) syncing when there was an untracked submodule.
- Fixed: Poor performance when determining local commits.
- Fixed: Ignored files being displayed in subdirectories.
- Fixed: Potential crash when verifying SSH keys.
- Fixed: Potential crash when determining if the current branch is from the upstream repository.
- Fixed: Potential crash when viewing a commit.
- Fixed: Partial selections sometimes not being committed.
- Fixed: File checkboxes appearing mixed even when no lines are selected.
- Fixed: Potential crash when logging in.
- Fixed: Copy SHA not copying the SHA. Whoops.
- Fixed: Committing renamed files.
- Fixed: Split view position on the Changes and History tabs being forgotten between launches.
- Fixed: Potential crash when viewing changed files.
- Fixed: Potential crash when closing a window.
- Fixed: Crash when discarding changes if user.email is empty or contains angled brackets.
- Fixed: Decreased performance after opening lots of pull requests.
- Fixed: Decreased performance after opening lots of repositories.
- Fixed: Repositories not being published under the selected team.
- Fixed: Repository list resizing when closing the pull request pane.
- Fixed: Potential crash when the last opened directory is no longer a repository.
- Fixed: Previously closed windows always being re-opened after launching the app.
- Fixed: Decreased performance after opening Repository Settings.
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