Monday, April 13, 2020 [Tweets] [Favorites]

Git Tower 4.3

Julian Rothkamp (tweet):

Wouldn’t it be great if you could select individual files for stashing instead of all files - which is the default when using stashing? Now you can! Directly in Tower. Save Partial Stash enables you to do exactly that - stash only selected changed files from the Working Copy.

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The new version includes another handy feature: Filtering the History by first parent. Doing so will hide merged commits in the history view. This is super useful if you are just interested in the mainline history and not the commits on a feature branch.

Lukas Kubanek:

Partial stashing in @gittower is much more helpful than I have initially thought. Instead of picking and committing the desired changes and stashing the rest, it’s now possible to go the other way around by picking the unwanted changes and stashing them first. Great addition!

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