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GitKraken Pro Features:
- All core Git Client features plus.
- In-app merge conflict output editor.
- Multiple profiles for work & personal use.
- Work with VSTS, GitLab CE, EE and GitHub Enterprise repos.
- Guaranteed email support.
GitKraken Enterprise Features:
- Full control over GitKraken in your environment
- For use behind a firewall
- Installed on your servers
- Manage accounts locally
- Full IT control over releases
- AD/LDAP User Integration.
- Git is what gives a dev their power…It binds the galaxy together.
- GitKraken WorkSpaces now support Azure DevOps repositories.
- Any Workspace created for Azure DevOps will automatically include repos for a selected Azure Project.
- Workspaces can currently support up to 100 repositories for an Azure Project.
- Visual interactive rebase can now be initiated from the GitKraken CLI, which you can access from a Terminal Tab or a Repo Tab by clicking the Terminal icon in the top toolbar.
- Users can type either gk rebase -i or gk rebase –interactive along with two refs to open the interactive rebase view. If only one ref is passed it will perform the rebase of the branch currently checked out onto the specified ref.
- Bugs…You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
- GitKraken Client will now open as expected for users on OpenSSL 3 Linux distributions such as Ubuntu 22.04 and Fedora 36.
- Users will see increased performance when opening a commit diff for very large images. Large images will now display as a binary file Instead of producing an error.
- For large files, such as images and other media, we recommend using Git LFS.
- Dotted graph lines will no longer take precedence when overlapping with solid lines in graph views.
- Users can now type in the GitKraken Terminal as expected on a wider range of OS versions.
- When un-hiding a remote, users can continue hiding or un-hiding remotes without waiting for the triggered automatic fetch to resolve.
- Azure DevOps integrations and all self hosted integrations will now work properly on our new Teams license tier.
- Users with hundreds or thousands of Azure DevOps Projects will see improved performance when integrating Azure DevOps.
- Users can now use quotation marks when naming Workspaces.
- All Organization and Team actions will remain available after using the login screen.
- The scrollbar in the GitKraken Terminal will now remain clickable in all situations.
- When a user pushes many files up at once to GitHub, they will no longer experience an OAuth infinite loop.
- Opening repositories via gitkraken –path when GitKraken is already open will now work as expected.
- An elegant Git client for a more civilized age.
Git LFS Improvements:
- Users will experience a reduced delay in updating the graph and commit detail panel when selecting commits in LFS enabled repos.
- Note: Significant work towards reducing checkout times for LFS repos is underway and we plan to include these improvements in the GitKraken Client v8.6.0 release, scheduled for June.
- When creating a new Team, members can now be added as part of the creation process.
- Team members are now sorted by username in the Teams section, found in the left panel of GitKraken Client.
Improvements to GitKraken Workspaces:
- Workspaces can now be shared as Team Workspaces, allowing users to share the Workspace with specific teams within their Organization.
- In the Workspaces Repository view, clicking on the name of a repository will open it in a Repo Tab.
- Users can view repository information by clicking on the Open Repository Details option, found on the right side of the Repositories view.
- Organization admins and owners will see a new “Show All Workspaces” checkbox, allowing a simplified way to see all available Workspaces.
- Users can now leverage GitHub’s search syntax when using the Workspaces Pull Requests view search.
Users will find more options for filtering in the Workspaces Pull Requests view. The new options include:
- “Opened by Me”, to show pull requests that were opened by the user. This filter is available for GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, and GitLab Self-Managed repositories.
- “At Risk”, to show any pull requests that are not drafts and have been open for longer than 7 days. This filter is currently only available for GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, and GitLab Self-Managed repositories.
- “By repository”, to limit the view to a single repo within the Workspace. This filter is currently available for Azure DevOps, GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, Gitlab, and Gitlab Self-Managed repositories.
- For Windows users, GitKraken Client will now respect the core.longpaths setting in .gitconfig. Previously, GitKraken Client had its own longpaths setting independent of the user’s .gitconfig setting.
- On Windows, core.longpaths now only applies to the files in the working directory, not in the .git directory, to maintain compatibility with Git for Windows.
GitKraken CLI autocomplete will now be able to suggest more than one argument in these commands:
- git add
- npm install
- npm remove
- yarn add
- yarn remove
- Notifications with a Call to Action will now be marked as read when the CTA is clicked.
- Mac OS X Kodiak, 10.0 (Cheetah), 10.1 (Puma), 10.2 (Jaguar), 10.3 (Panther), 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
- OS X 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan)
- macOS 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave), 10.15 (Catalina), 11.0 (Big Sur), 12.0 (Monterey) and Later Version.
- Supported Hardware: Intel or Apple Chip (M1) or PowerPC Mac.