SourceTree is a free GIT client for desktops running Windows 7 and later. Developers can forget about command line operation and take full advantage of GIT’s user-friendly and user-friendly SourceTree interface, while still being jealous of Mac computers. SourceTree is ideal for beginner programmers.
SourceTree simplifies working with GIT repositories and the programmer can focus on the source code. SourceTree allows for more productive work with the help of a light user interface for working with GIT commands, management of local and global repositories from the same program window, use of additional features – patch processing, rebase, shelve, cherry picking; include your own Bitbucket, Stash, Microsoft TFS or GitHub repositories.
Changes in SourceTree 3.4.0:
- Security fix for embedded git lfs
- Fixed path not fitting in window when extracting
- Fixed incorrect naming of blame functionality
- Fixed “All Branches / Current Branch” dropdown not remembering choices