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Submission + - After 8 years of Git, the birth of GitEye (collab.net)

Mark Phippard writes: April marks the eighth birthday for Git, and CollabNet helps celebrate that birthday with the release of GitEye, a new free graphical Git client for Windows, OSX and Linux. CollabNet continues its focus on bringing Git to the Enterprise that began last year with the introduction of History Protection for Git repositories, with the release of this free client. GitEye has the usual assortment of Git client features, including support for GitHub. What separates it from other Git clients is the inclusion of support for Gerrit code review, Hudson/Jenkins build monitoring and several issue trackers. Out of the box, GitEye includes support for GitHub Issues and Pull Requests as well as the agile project management features of CollabNet TeamForge. It is possible to install support for Bugzilla, Trac, JIRA and other issue trackers from within GitEye.
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After 8 years of Git, the birth of GitEye

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