Git Terminal Tools

Git is a distributed version control system created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 to facilitate the development of the Linux kernel.


Primarily used by software developers, Git allows efficient collaboration, code tracking, and version control through terminal commands.


Below is a list of terminal tools that work with Git.

  1. bat - A cat(1) clone with wings.
  1. delta - A viewer for git and diff output.
  1. fd - A simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to 'find'
  1. fork-cleaner - A tool to clean up old and inactive forks on your GitHub account.
  1. ghq - Remote repository management made easy.
  1. git-cc - a git extension to help write conventional commits
  1. git-split-diffs - Syntax highlighted side-by-side diffs in your terminal
  1. gitui - A blazing fast TUI for git written in rust
  1. grv - A Git Repository Viewer.
  1. lazygit - Simple terminal UI for git commands.
  1. tig - Text-mode interface for git

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