|Initial release||24 February 2018|
2.14.0 / 11 May 2020
|Operating system||Linux, FreeBSD, OS X, Windows|
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git-machete is a git extension written in Python. It aims to organize git branches in the given repository in a tree-like structure, where master/develop branches are typically considered tree roots, and topic branches are children of develop/master or of each other. Such tree-like organization allows for performing rebase/merge/pull/push operations in more automated manner than in typical git flows.
A port to IntelliJ platform plugin is under development.
Sample interaction with git-machete CLI
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