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ファイルのバージョン GitKraken 8.5.0
ファイル名 installGitKraken.dmg
オペレーティングシステム Mac OS X 10.10 or later
ソフトウェアタイプ Freeware
著者 Garmin Ltd
更新時間 2022-05-18

What's new in this version:

GitKraken 8.5.0
- 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.

- 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
- NoteSignificant 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

Users encountering merge conflicts can now right-click on the conflicts shown in the Commit Panel to reveal new options for easier and faster conflict resolution. The new options available are:
- "Take current", which applies the changes from the branch currently checked out to resolve the conflict
- "Take incoming", which applies the changes from the incoming branch to resolve the conflict

- 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 <path> when GitKraken is already open will now work as expected

GitKraken 8.4.0
- I pity the tool that does not have Workspaces or the GitKraken CLI

GitKraken Workspaces:
- Workspaces now include a Pull Requests view
- Users can filter PRs to see items "Assigned to me"
- At-risk pull requests are highlighted through a label and filterable
- Selecting any GitHub pull request now shows the user a new Pull Request view that presents users options to quickly manage PRs across a whole Workspace
- Clicking on any repo in a Workspace now shows see more info and options. Users will see the repository's README, as well as quick access buttons to open the repository in a Repo Tab, Terminal Tab, or on the remote repository's hosting provider.

GitKraken CLI:
- The Terminal button in a Repo Tab’s toolbar will now open the GitKraken CLI inside a Terminal Panel, instead of opening a new Terminal Tab. Users can still open new Terminal Tabs through a New Tab, the Command Palette, or through any Terminal’s context menu.
- Users can toggle the Terminal Panel on and off by pressing the Terminal button in Repo Tab toolbar, through keyboard shortcut Ctrl+`, the Command Palette, the Terminal Panel’s context menu, or options in the GitKraken Client's View menu. Toggling the Terminal Panel will turn it on or off across all Repo Tabs.
- A Terminal Panel session can also be terminated by executing the exit command. This will only close the Terminal Panel and not the Repo Tab. Toggling the Terminal Panel back on will initialize a new terminal session.
- Unlike with the Terminal Tabs, navigating to a different working directory in a Terminal Panel will not change the repository opened in the Repo Tab

The following gk commands are available in the Terminal Panel:
- gk blame
- gk diff
- gk history
- gk help

- Making GitKraken Client a mean, clean Git managing machine
- Users will now see helpful icons when shown GitKraken CLI Autocomplete suggestions, helping clarify to which command the suggestion is related.
- Git LFS users will see improved performance checkouts.

- Filtering Autocomplete suggestions by name will work as expected
- After selecting between multiple Autocomplete suggestions that have the same prefix, further suggestions will disappear as expected
- Users will no longer be allowed to create Workspaces for repositories on unsupported versions of GitLab Self-Managed services
- Bitbucket Server users will now see the branches correctly populated when creating Pull Requests

GitKraken 8.3.3
- Users creating an account or signing in will see an improved user experience

GitKraken 8.3.2
- GitKraken Client now supports GitHub’s new GraphQL query types. GitHub users will now see creating, commenting and reviewing pull requests work as expected.

GitKraken 8.3.1
- Though short, February is filled with lots of love and sweet improvements

GitKraken CLI:
- Users who want to use the GitKraken Terminal when opening repositories in external terminals, alt/⌥ + T, can now set this as the default by navigating to Preferences → General → Default External Terminal and selecting "GitKraken Terminal" from the dropdown menu.
- When hiding the visualization panel orientated to the top of the window, the toolbar will remain in place at the top

- Users can customize the terminal colors together with the rest of their custom themes. This update removes the Terminal Theme setting from the Preferences → Terminal menu.

- The early birds of spring get the bugs
- GitKraken Client will remain responsive when adding an issue tracker integration supporting a large number of assignable users

GitKraken 8.3.0
- I got a need…a need for speed
- GitKraken Client v8.3 introduces a new ARM64 compatible version, offering native support for Apple Silicon architectures, as used in Macs with M1 chips.
- GitKraken Workspaces are now available for repositories hosted on GitHub Enterprise and GitLab Self-Managed.

- There are no speed limits on the road to success
- Mac users will get optimal performance without needing to run the 'Big Sur workaround' from a terminal, which had been required to fix the partial signature issue introduced in macOS Big Sur.
- Fedora 35 users will no longer need to pass the --no-sandbox flag to launch GitKraken Client

gitKraken CLI:
- New Terminal settings added under Preferences → Terminal
- Default Directory - Users can now set the default directory where new Terminal Tabs will open when initiated from the "New CLI Tab" button in the Repo Management Tab or from the Comand Palette.
- Line Height - Users can set how much space appears between each line printed to the terminal
- Autocomplete suggestions have been added for git flowcommands
- Any user created global or local Git aliases will be shown as autocomplete suggestions
- The git reset command will now suggest staged files too
- Autocomplete suggestions for git add will show relative paths when called from inside a subfolder
- The visualization panel will automatically open after making the initial commit in a new repo
- Right mouse clicking in a Terminal Tab will open a new context menu allowing users to open new Terminal Tabs, paste into the terminal, and close the terminal, among other actions

- Users can customize the commit graph colors in their custom themes. Examples of // graph colors have been added to the default theme files. Users can refer to Preferences → UI Customization -> Theme to locate the GitKraken Client theme folder on their computer.

- You take a crash, you get back up, and next time you succeed. That’s a great feeling.
- Pull requests filtering in the left panel is no longer case sensitive
- Users on GitLab Self-managed +13.8 will no longer get directed to a 404 page when selecting Generate a token on GitLab
- When using the Pull Request panel for forks using Azure DevOps based repositories, users will no longer see a no options error on the form

GitKraken CLI:
- Using reverse search (ctl+r) will no longer cause unintended autocomplete suggestions
- Updated autocomplete suggestions for git gc, fixing spelling issues
- Autocomplete suggestions for paths with spaces in them have been improved

GitKraken 8.2.1
- The Workspaces tab can now be closed to save space in the tabs bar while not in use. A small icon has been added to quickly reopen the tab when needed.

GitKraken 8.2.0
- We have helped users progress and seen them accomplish wonders
- Introducing GitKraken Workspaces
- GitKraken Workspaces save teams time by providing an easy way to group repositories, take actions against multiple repositories at once, and quickly onboard new team members
- GitKraken Workspaces allow you to gather and access all the required repos for your project in a single tab in the GitKraken Client. The new GitKraken Workspaces tab shows you the status for the last branch that you checked out, how far ahead and/or behind in commits you are, and if there is an active WIP for each included repository.
- GitKraken Workspaces can be created as Personal, only visible to you, or Shared, visible to all members of your Organization
- Users can access GitKraken Workspaces from the new “Workspaces” tab in the tabs bar, from the New Tab view, from the command palette, which can be opened with the keyboard shortcut cmd/ctrl + p, or from the newly added repository breadcrumb in any Repo Tab.

Users can view details and trigger the following actions on any or all of the repositories in a workspace at once:
- Clone multiple repositories at once. This will help teams quickly onboard a new team member or get a new computer up and running
- View the last checked out branch for all repositories and see if a branch is ahead/behind a remote
- View work in progress for all repositories, including the number of files modified, added, renamed, or deleted
- Perform a fetch for all or a selection of repositories
- Open multiple repos in the GitKraken Client, or in an external editor, such as VS Code, IntelliJ, Atom, or Sublime Text
- Open any repository in the associated hosting service website
- GitKraken Workspaces can currently contain repositories hosted on,, or

- Users may now create their own custom GitKraken Client themes
- For more information about creating a new custom theme, checkout our Themes documentation or navigate to gitkraken/themes/
- Users will find two new themes when navigating to Preferences → UI Customization menu
- Users can now sync their GitKraken theme with their system theme, if their OS supports it

Activity status:
- An activity status will now display on the avatars of members in your GitKraken Organization or Team, indicating if they are actively using the GitKraken Client. This activity status icon is visible in the Team View section in the Left Panel, or in the Organization view in Preferences.
- Users can manually set their status to “Active” or “Away” by selecting the circle icon in the top right corner, or by opening the Profile/Account dropdown menu
- GitKraken Workspaces and Activity status are currently unavailable for Self-Hosted and Stand-Alone customers

GitKraken CLI:
- Users can now customize the behavior of the ↹ Tab key when using auto-complete in a Terminal Tab. This setting can be found under Preferences → Terminal → Tab Behavior.
- Users can customize the cursor used in a Terminal Tab. This can be configured in Preferences → Terminal → Cursor Style. Users can select either Block, Underline or Bar for their cursor.
- Auto-complete suggestions will now show branches and tags as options when running git diff or git reset commands
- The gk diff command now supports tags and branches as options
- Auto-complete suggestions have been added for npm and yarn
- When users open the pull request panel and click on a pull request while the left panel is minimized, the GitKraken Client will now open the pull request view

- We came here years ago to protect users from these bugs
- When using the GitKraken CLI, suggestions will disappear as expected after auto-completing a command with escaped characters in the path
- After using the GitKraken Client to execute a cherry-pick and resolving any arising conflicts, the Git CLI will no longer report that a cherry-pick is currently active
- When creating a pull request in a repository with a large number of forks, users will no longer have to wait as all forks are being fetched before opening the dropdown menu

GitKraken 8.1.1
- Sudon't want to miss out on these new improvements

GitKraken CLI Preview:
- GitKraken CLI users can now use git help to display help information about using Git
- Windows users will now see an auto-suggest option for the cd command
- Users changing directories in the GitKraken Terminal will see auto-suggest options showing the end of the folder path rather than just the beginning. This is useful when long directory names are present.
- Users can choose from more Keif options for their avatars when creating or editing their Profiles

- There are only 10 kinds of bugs: the ones we have fixed and the ones that we have not identified yet

GitKraken CLI Preview:
- Improved GitKraken Terminal support for custom fonts, such as Nerd Fonts and Powerline fonts
- Users leveraging oh-my-posh in Powershell using custom themes will now see and be able to select auto-suggest options
- Users can now resize the commit panel in a GitKraken Terminal tab
- All Mac users are now able to use the gk commands
- Windows users leveraging “Constrained” language mode in Powershell can now execute gk commands
- Users can now resize the merge editor tool as expected when the visualization panel is positioned to the left or right in a GitKraken Terminal tab
- When working with GitHub and GitLab wiki repos, GitKraken will no longer throw an error message about being unable to fetch pull requests
- If a user checks out a commit while in Solo mode, they will now see the HEAD tag displayed
- Users fetching GitHub pull requests will no longer see timeouts

Stand-Alone & Self-Hosted:
- There is no place like ~
- The GitKraken CLI Preview is now available for Self-Hosted and Stand-Alone customers

GitKraken 8.1.0
- The seasons continue to change and so does GitKraken...for the better
- The GitKraken Git client can now identify weak SSH keys and provide an easy way to remove and replace them

- It's the time of year to reap the harvest of new improvements to the GitKraken Git client

GitKraken CLI:
- GitKraken CLI users can now use reverse search as expected by typing Ctrl+R in the terminal
- Mac users will now see the LANG environment variable pass automatically to the shell process
- When selecting an auto-suggest option with the mouse, GitKraken will now refocus on the terminal prompt
- The GitKraken CLI now supports 256 colors
- Mac and Linux users will now see auto-complete suggestions for the cd command
- When running gk blame or gk history, users will now see suggestions when navigating from inside a repository's subdirectory after typing ../
- Users will now see auto-suggest options for the git gc command
- In addition to showing or hiding the visualization panel, users can now orient it to the top, bottom, left, or right, as well as toggle the right-side commit panel using the visualization panel toolbar
- The user interface for user profile settings under the [Preferences] menu has been improved
- Users can now open specific comments on from the comments inside GitKraken's pull request or issue views
- Users who are not using GitKraken Integrations will no longer be repeatedly prompted for credentials for each remote when connected to repositories with multiple remotes sharing the same hostname

- As the leaves fall, so do these bugs
- The overall reliability of notification delivery has been improved
- Auto-complete for Windows users leveraging the GitKraken CLI has been improved
- Windows users will no longer see a Named Pipes error when running gk commands in a terminal tab
- Using gk diff in the GitKraken CLI will produce properly parsed numerical SHAs
- When discarding a large number of files in a repository, the repo will fully load as expected

GitKraken 8.0.1
- GitKraken users can now search for a particular tab and navigate the menu using the keyboard when using the tab dropdown menu

- Gitflow branch folders and tag folders collapse and expand as expected when selected in the left panel in GitKraken
- Layout and options have been optimized in the Organization panel in GitKraken's Preference view

GitKraken 8.0.0
- Introducing the GitKraken CLI Preview

Deep Linking:
- We've added the ability to share deep links to specific remote repositories, commits, branches, and tags in GitKraken. This allows users to more easily collaborate and save time when working in issue queues or Git pull requests.

Jira App Integration - Git Integration for Jira:
- GitKraken now works with the Git Integration for Jira app to allow quick navigation between GitKraken and Jira when viewing commits and file diffs related to Jira issues

- The Fuzzy Finder is now the Command Palette!
- Tab navigation has been significantly improved when many tabs are open at once
- Reopening tabs after a “close all tabs to the right”, a “reopen closed tab” will now reopen only one tab at a time, instead of all that were closed at once
- An option to “Quote Reply” has been added for comments in the PR view
- The profile menu now shows the Organization associated with the current profile
- A “Cancel Rebase” button has been added at the top right of the Interactive Rebase panel for easier access
- We have improved form, prompt, and modal keyboard navigation and submission
- Improved user experience for the login form

- Styling of long branch names in the right panel has been improved
- Users will no longer see issues for remotes without access to a repo, as happens when users leave an organization or when forks are deleted
- When using the delete key to erase spaces in a URL, the cursor will behave as expected
- The Pull Request icon has been added back to branch labels in the graph
- The bottom of Diff views are no longer cut off when the file mode changes
- Relative paths are now allowed in hooksPath
- All users are now able to select a project for GitLab and GitLab-Self-Managed issues on the left panel
- If Sublime Text 4 is installed, it will now be detected and appear in the external editor dropdown
- Debouncing has been added in the left panel search. Searches will be executed when you stop typing, instead of on each letter, making it easier to find what you’re looking for.

GitKraken 7.7.2
- Users who are leveraging Git hooks in their workflows will be happy to learn that GitKraken now supports the Git configuration core.hooksPath variable. Users can also change the directory for where a repository’s hooks are stored from inside GitKraken by navigating to Preferences → Git Hooks.

- We’ve improved performance for the new GitKraken Teams features. Users will notice that repository actions respond faster, especially for larger repositories.
Untracked files will no longer appear in the GitKraken Teams Panel if those files have not been modified.

- GitKraken Merge Conflict Editor users can now scroll horizontally, even if the scrollbar is over a conflicted line
- When switching tabs, GitKraken will now remember what panes users had collapsed, as well as which branches & tags had been hidden

GitKraken 7.7.1
- All users will notice improved performance when switching between tabs in GitKraken
- The Author and Team filter lists are now sorted alphabetically by default, making it easier to find what you are looking for

- When opening repositories in GitKraken, users will no longer get stuck on the loading screen
- GitKraken users will no longer encounter a loop repeatedly asking for their SSH passphrase

GitKraken 7.7.0
- Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships…
- Introducing GitKraken Teams
- GitKraken users with Pro and Enterprise Cloud accounts can now create and manage teams within their organization

Organizations are now visible in Preferences in each user's Profile. From this view:
- All team members can view a list of other members in the organization, as well as the members in any team to which they belong
- Administrators can create and manage teams
- Administrators can also invite, remove, or change the role of members in an organization.
- Team collaboration features
- Team View
- View a list of members in your team in the left panel
- See which files and branches your fellow team members are currently working on
- To avoid merge conflicts, files you and a team member both have changes on are marked with a warning icon ⚠️.
- Graph filtering. Filter the Author column of the commit graph by Team and/or collaborators to highlight work committed by your team.

New Pull Request section:
- Pull request filtering

The following filters are included by default to help focus PRs most important to users, with some options specific to certain hosting providers:
- My Pull Requests
- All Pull Requests
- Assigned to me
- Awaiting my review
- Custom filters can also be created for all supported integrations
- All filtered pull requests can now be easily searched
- New status icons will now indicate CI/CD status as well as request status of pull requests, depending on the hosting provider

- It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed…
- Diff hunks are now copyable from the Pull Request view
- Updated and new GitHub Actions templates
- Any form submission will now be focused, making for more convenient submission with tab/enter

- We think, mistakenly, that success is the result of the amount of time we put in at work, instead of the quality of time we put in…
- Commits from interactive rebases will resume being signed
- Tab navigation issues resolved
- Notifications settings will no longer always be detected as offline
- The merge tool window will no longer extend off the right of the screen
- When in a detached head state the pull dropdown is now enabled to allow fetching

- If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants...
- GitHub is deprecating user/pass authentication, we have added an in app notification to prepare users of this upcoming change

GitKraken 7.6.1
- Resolved an issue that was preventing some repositories from rendering when connected to GitLab Self-Managed

GitKraken 7.6.0
- users may now utilize the Pull Request view! Selecting a pull request in the left panel will bring up the pull request view which will allow users to:
- Edit the pull request title, description, reviewers, assignees, milestones, and labels
- Comment on a pull request
- Merge a pull request from GitKraken
- Submit reviews by leaving a comment, approving the PR, or requesting changes
- GitKraken users at all plan levels can now create and edit issues on GitHub and GitLab public repositories

- The cherry pick option has been removed from the context menu that appears after selecting multiple commits in the graph. GitKraken does not support the ability to cherry pick multiple commits...yet
- Markdown and styling have been improved throughout the application, most notably in issue detail view and the in-app release notes
- The scrollbar in the hunk diff view has been improved so it is selectable in all cases

- Scrolling through a list of tracked LFS file types will feel smoother and render correctly
- The left panel will no longer disappear if a GitHub workflow file contains only content that has been commented out
- Pull request information will no longer render multiple times, and text artifacts will no longer clutter the left panel
- The diff and issue detail views can no longer be opened simultaneously when the commit panel is pinned to the bottom of the screen
- The .gitignore file generated when initializing a repository form GitKraken will no longer be set as read-only

GitKraken 7.5.4
- Resolved an issue that was causing GitKraken to crash for some users when trying to push

GitKraken 7.5.3
- Using HTTPS over a proxy will no longer incorrectly throw the error message: Failed to get server certificate: The handle is in the wrong state for the requested operation
- Hitting the Delete button in the commit message box when a commit template is present will no longer generate new lines
- The cursor will no longer jump to the end of the line when typing in a feedback or support form
- Repositories containing empty annotated tags will no longer cause GitKraken to crash on Mac and Linux
- Squashing in interactive rebase will no longer cause GitKraken to deadlock
- The error message: Failed to initialize [object Object] will no longer appear for GitLab users
- Error logs can again be opened using the File menu

GitKraken 7.5.2
- The tooltip display has improved when dragging-and-dropping branches in the left panel
- If a WIP node is present when a user selects Reset Local to Here to checkout a remote branch, GitKraken will now create a stash
- The profile dropdown menu will now close after switching profiles

- Relative timestamps will display correctly in the graph
- Desktop notifications will render as intended
- A newline can now be prepended to the commit description field
- The option to delete a remote tag will again appear when deleting subsequent tags after deleting a tag from a remote repository

GitKraken 7.5.1
- critical stability improvements for syncing GitKraken notifications

GitKraken 7.5.0
- A notifications system has been added to GitKraken to alert users of important messages such as version updates, bug fixes, and more helpful information. These notifications can be accessed via the bell icon ???? in the upper right corner, and notification settings can be configured via Preferences Notifications

- The hamburger menu in the upper right corner has been removed. Preferences can now be more easily accessed through a new gear icon ⚙️
- The profile dropdown menu has been redesigned to better distinguish a user's Git authoring details from their GitKraken account details
- Users will now see the options to Show/Hide when multi-selecting local branches and stashes from the left panel

- Actions accomplished by tab-related keyboard shortcuts will no longer be duplicated
- Users can again toggle the left and commit panels from the View menu options
- The left panel will no longer disappear if users have an empty yaml file in their repository’s github/workflows/ folder

GitKraken 7.4.1
- After a commit action has been made in GitKraken, a timestamp showing the duration of the action will be added to the activity log

Bug Fixes:
- The GitLab Self-Managed issue tracking integration will work for instances that have a URL path or protocol
- Fetching and auto-fetching while a file is open in GitKraken will no longer reset the scroll position on the Monaco text editor
- Stashing while the WIP node is selected will select the parent commit
- Post-checkout hooks will run correctly when starting a Gitflow Feature, Release, or Hotfix branch

GitKraken 7.4.0
- These are the key points of GitKraken v7.4.0
- Users may now authenticate their GitKraken account using Google OAuth
- We have added a header to the commit graph, making resizing columns easier

We have added the option to display additional columns of information in the commit graph:
- Commit author
- Commit date/time
- Commit SHA
- GitHub users now have the ability to create draft pull requests in GitKraken

- These improvements fit with GitKraken like a lock and key
- Now, when assigning an assignee or reviewer to a pull request, the dropdown menu will display the user’s name and username
- Autocomplete suggestions will now appear when creating or editing GitHub filters
- Search results will be more accurate when opening a repo via the Fuzzy Finder
- Keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd + K can now be used to toggle the visibility of the commit panel on and off, while keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd + J can be used to collapse and expand the left panel. The visibility of these panels can also be toggled from the View menu

- Thanks for putting up with these door-key release notes we’re almost finished
- Users will again receive a notification when GitKraken automatically resolves a merge conflict
- Branches will load in the Pull Request panel in repositories that have a space or hyphen in the repo name
- Users will now be prevented from setting editor tab size to 0 as that was causing performance issues when viewing diffs
- Finishing a release branch with Gitflow when the commit on the local master and develop branches are the same will no longer cause GitKraken to display a blank screen
- The Add a remote and checkout context menu option will only appear once
- Issue tracking for GitHub Enterprise will work for instances that have a URL path or protocol

GitKraken 7.3.2
- We have resolved an issue preventing remote icons from appearing in the graph for some users

GitKraken 7.3.1
Bug Fixes:
- We have resolved an issue causing the Ubuntu snap version of GitKraken to crash for some users
- Users will no longer encounter an error message when switching between profiles
- The icon noting when a branch is associated with a card will display properly for the GitKraken Boards issue tracking integration

GitKraken 7.3.0
GitHub Issues users now have the ability to perform the following actions from GitKraken:
- View and filter a list of issues from the left panel
- Create a branch tied to an issue
- View issue details
- Edit assignee of an issue*
- Edit state of an issue*
- Add/remove labels*
- Comment on an issue*
- Create new issues*
*Paid features

- Users may now set a custom default branch name when initializing a new repository. Set a default branch by navigating to Preferences General Default Branch Name.
- GitHub users now have the ability to fork a remote repository and add it to the left panel via a new context menu. This option will only appear if you do not have any existing forks of the repository.
- GitHub users now have the ability to add an existing fork of a cloned repository. A pop-up message will appear in the left panel.

Bug Fixes:
- Clicking on a remote reference in the left panel will select that remote reference in the graph
- An issue has been resolved that was preventing some Jira users from viewing issue details

GitKraken 7.2.0
- GitLab users will feel even more cunning ???? while managing issues directly from the GitKraken Git GUI

The GitKraken Git GUI now supports issue tracking integration for GitLab & GitLab Self-Managed! GitLab Issues users now have the ability to perform the following from GitKraken:
- View and filter a list of issues from the left panel
- Create a branch tied to an issue
- View issue details
- Edit assignee of an issue
- Edit the state of an issue
- Add/remove labels
- Comment and reply on an issue
- Create new issues
- Adding and removing labels is now supported for all issue trackers
- Paid features

Time to clean up that foxhole:
- Users can now multi-select branches in the left panel. This can be extremely helpful for quick clean up, like deleting all local branches.
- The Preferences menu has been updated. The Authentication section has been renamed to SSH, and we have added a new Integrations section for accessing both Git and issue tracking integrations.
- After pushing changes to a remote branch, the Push Successful notification will include a link to view the PR on the related hosting service
- Users can now use Esc to close the Create Issue and Create Filter panels
- When creating a new issue, users will see required fields noted with an asterisk
- When creating a new branch tied to an issue, users can now select the base of the branch

Bug Fixes:
- What does the fox say? “NO” to these bugs
- For GitLab users: when creating a merge request, clicking on Continue editing in GitLab will no longer take users to a 404 error page
- Users can now successfully delete remote tags
- GitKraken will no longer disconnect users who utilize multiple services that reside on the same base domain
- For Trello users: “Closed” boards will no longer appear in the Board dropdown menu in the left panel
- After deleting a local tag, the following prompt to delete that tag from all remotes works as intended

GitKraken 7.1.0
It’s the GitKraken Git GUI here to announce Trello integration.

The GitKraken Git GUI now integrates with Trello as an issue tracker! Once the connection has been authorized, Trello users will be able to accomplish the following from GitKraken:
- View and filter a list of cards from Trello boards in the left panel
- Create branches tied to a card

Select cards from the left panel to view card details. From the card details pane, users can perform the following actions:
- Edit the list of a card
- Edit member(s) of a card
- Add comments to a card
- Create new Trello cards from within the GitKraken Git GUI

- At least we can say that we’ve tried
- We have added the ability to re-open closed tabs
- Users can now reorder filters in the left panel using drag-and-drop
- For users who have integrated an issue tracker: we have added an option to the context menu for branches tied to an issue or card allowing users to view the issue or card both inside the GitKraken Git GUI and the respective issue tracker
- Users will now be asked for confirmation before removing a filter

Bug Fixes:
- These bugs must have called a thousand times to tell us they’re sorry..
- The left panel will no longer vanish due to an issue with the Jira integration
- The GitKraken Git GUI is now able to detect all versions of IntelliJ
- After selecting a Clone or Initialize path, the path will be auto-filled next time

GitKraken 7.0.1
- We have added a right-click context menu to Tabs. Right click on an opened tab to access the following options:
- Close selected tab
- Close all other opened tabs
- Close all tabs to the right of the selected tab

- When starting a pull request from a branch associated with a Jira or GitKraken Boards issue, the GitKraken Git GUI will now populate pull request titles
- When viewing issue details, users can now navigate to an associated branch by clicking the branch name, or double-clicking the branch to checkout
- The status color and text for Jira issues is more legible in Light Theme
- We have removed the unassigned Jira default filter

Bug Fixes:
- Default Jira filters that are created inside the GitKraken Git GUI will no longer throw an error if the project prefix was a JQL reserved word
- The My Cards default filter will now populate with cards assigned to a user on a GitHub-synced board
- Search results will no longer display NaN when filtering in the left panel

GitKraken 7.0.0
- Got issues? Keep them in Jira! Now you’ll have no issues tracking your issues because you can stay in the GitKraken Git GUI. New integrations for Jira Issue Boards and GitKraken Boards make it possible to resolve and manage issues directly from the GitKraken Git GUI.

GitKraken Git GUI now integrates with the following issue trackers:
- Jira (Cloud & Self-Hosted)
- GitKraken Boards
- After setting up the integration, users will be able to do the following from the GitKraken Git GUI:
- View and filter a list of project issues
- View issue details
- Create branches that are tied to an issue
- Add comments
- Edit the status/column of an issue
- Edit the assignee of an issue
- Create new issues
- Users can now open repositories inside of the following text editors via the Fuzzy Finder, menu, or keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + E):
- VS Code
- Atom
- Sublime
- IntelliJ

- When creating a GitHub pull request in the GitKraken Git GUI, users can now search for reviewers and assignees by name or username
- The text color in a commit description will change when the placeholder text has been replaced
- Users now have the ability to rename remotes
- ed25519 and ecdsa SSH key pairs are now supported
- For Windows users: the Open with GitKraken menu option will now open a new tab inside of the GitKraken Git GUI instead of a new window
- Pull request links can now be copied through the context menu

Bug Fixes:
- The From Repo drop-down menu will populate results when opening a pull request
- Users can successfully initialize a repository on a Bitbucket server from the GitKraken Git GUI
- For Windows users: the Open in File Manager menu option, keyboard shortcut, and Fuzzy Finder action now work as intended

- For Snap users: the snap for the GitKraken Git GUI has been moved to the classic confinement! Before updating to v7.0.0 of GitKraken, please install the snap with the --classic flag

GitKraken 6.6.0
- Improvements: GitKraken now supports Bitbucket Workspaces

GitKraken 6.5.4
- When users select a parent SHA in the commit panel, you will now be navigated to the parent commit
- The Cmd/Ctrl + F keyboard shortcut will now open the file search option if used when opening a file diff

Bug Fixes:
- The list of commits in Blame and History views will no longer duplicate
- Signed annotated tags will no longer display the related GPG signature in the tooltip
- The commit panel will now show names of both the committer and the commit author if the names are different but the email addresses are the same

GitKraken 6.5.3
- For Windows users: We've addressed a false positive report from Windows Defender that GitKraken contained a Trojan virus. We have thoroughly investigated the issue and have verified the report was a false warning and GitKraken never contained a virus.

GitKraken 6.5.2
- Now, when users hover over the Push button in the toolbar, the upstream of the branch you’re pushing changes to will be displayed
- GitKraken will now remember the last directory to which you cloned a repository

Bug Fixes:
- Now, when users rebase in GitKraken, the application will correctly remember your profile’s name and email address
- If you cancel a rebase from GitKraken’s merge conflict tool, the tool will now reset properly
- GitKraken will successfully perform a fetch, even if a pull request author has deleted their account on the related hosting service

GitKraken 6.5.1
- If the GitKraken application crashes, it will now automatically relaunch

GitKraken 6.5.0
- GitHub Users now have the ability to fork repositories from inside the GitKraken application. Now, when adding a remote, GitKraken will check to see if a fork exists for your current repository. If a fork does exist, GitKraken will offer to add your fork as a remote repository; if a fork does not already exist, GitKraken will provide an option to fork the repository and add a newly created fork as a remote in GitKraken.
- GitKraken now supports core.longpaths, making it possible for Windows users to work with long paths exceeding 259 characters in length.

- Some said it was too spoon to go for another performance improvement...but for fork’s sake, we just had to do it. And with reduced memory consumption and application size, you have more room on your plate for the good stuff.
- Application startup time for GitKraken has improved, making it up to 10% faster
- Memory consumption for GitKraken has been reduced by up to 20%
- The application size for GitKraken has been reduced by up to 30%
- We have added a loading icon to the left panel when adding a remote

Bug fixes:
- Please forkive us for these bugs...they were preventing us from providing our knifest experience possible
- If the left panel is collapsed, users can open all menu options
- All rows will be styled correctly in Interactive Rebase view

- Enterprise users running on Linux now have an option to Check for latest update in the File menu

GitKraken 6.4.1
Bug fixes:
- If stashes are created externally, users can now view the content of those stashes inside of GitKraken
- Creating branches titled constructor or toString will no longer cause repositories to become invisible
- GPG users using Git for Windows with non-empty passphrases will be prompted for their GPG passphrase instead of seeing the message: Error: GPG passphrase not found
- Git Hook activity log tabs will no longer display the word Repository

GitKraken 6.4.0
- A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...was a Git GUI without activity logs
- Introducing Activity Log! Users can now view all Git actions made to repositories and all application actions made in GitKraken through activity logs. Access this feature through the new icon in the footer toolbar
- To access the activity log for a repository, navigate to the repo’s tab and click the icon. You will then see any Git actions made in the repo listed in chronological order on the tab titled Repository
- To access the activity log of local application changes made in GitKraken, click the icon. You will then see all application changes listed in chronological order on the tab titled Application
- The progress of Git hooks can also be tracked through activity logs. All Git hooks within the repository's log contain a clickable link where you can click to view the hook’s output in a separate tab

- We polished our lightsabers and dusted off our droids to make these improvements your new reality
- The appearance of the dropdown menu that displays when selecting a repository to clone has been improved for consistency
- We have added additional context to the error message that displays when opening a pull request with a remote ref that doesn’t exist
- Commit author names are now displayed on hover above commit nodes in the graph instead of below them

bug fixes:
- We built up a Resistance to these unwanted bugs
- When opening GitKraken, if the most recent tab is not a Glo Boards tab, and the user switches to or opens a new Glo tab, the Glo Board is now correctly in focus
- Commit search now closes upon opening the Fuzzy Finder
- Editing a file to a previous state no longer creates an empty WIP node
- Users cannot use keyboard shortcut Cmd/Ctrl + F to search commits when the graph is blocked by a prompt for input (as search results would not be visible behind the prompt’s display box)
- The button on a new tab now works as expected
- Bitbucket remote origins now correctly display their name instead of displaying undefinied
- GitLab users can view and create pull requests from repositories in subgroups
- Users will be appropriately directed to Account Management in the application after clicking during the free trial period
- Users will no longer be prevented from interacting with collapsed left panel items
- Users with multiple profiles can now successfully delete the first profile created from that account
- Folders will be created when cloning a repository on Windows

GitKraken 6.3.1
- We brought in Gomez and Morticia to class this place up with some supernatural improvements
- Users now have the ability to force push tags. The action will trigger a warning message
- Pushing a tag to all remotes is faster

Bug Fixes:
- MacOS Catalina users can access the terminal option
- Initializing a repository inside of GitKraken no longer causes an empty screen to display
- Interacting with a remote host or proxy that is self-signed will no longer cause the error message: Failed to get server certificate: The handle is in the wrong state for the requested operation
- Users can successfully checkout a submodule change where the URL has been modified

GitKraken 6.3.0
- No need to hold a séance, this new search feature will help you conjure those spirits. Uncle that you?
- Users can now associate Glo cards with pull requests created from within the GitKraken Git Client. When creating a new pull request, simply search for the Glo card you wish to associate. The pull request description will then be updated to include a link to said card. Better yet, if you’ve set up the GitHub pull request integration, you can trigger an automatic change to progress your card to a new column the moment your PR status changes
- Users can now control the max number of commits that display in your graph. Navigate to Preferences → General and set a value for Max Commits in Graph. You will also see an option to Show All Commits in Graph

- We brought in Gomez and Morticia to class this place up with some supernatural improvements
- Users can now resize the text field to amend commit messages, and the Update Message and Cancel Amend buttons are now closer to the text field
- SSH keys using the OpenSSH format are now supported

Bug Fixes:
- With Lurch’s help, we’ve banished these bugs back to the cemetery
- Users can successfully drag-and-drop remote references to generate the menu option to start a pull request
- Users can switch tabs without the operation feeling sluggish
- Initials will correctly display inside of Blame View instead of Gravatar images when the Display author initials instead of avatars option is selected
- Keyboard shortcuts for Glo will now work after switching to a Glo tab
- If Glo is unreachable from the GitKraken Client, the application will correctly timeout and show an error message instead of hanging indefinitely

GitKraken 6.2.1
- The headless horseman is on the move...and all that’s left of Ichabod Crane is a shattered pumpkin
- Users can now enter a detached HEAD state by clicking the commit you wish to checkout and selecting Checkout this commit

- The editor line endings preference will only apply to new files created in GitKraken

Bug Fixes:
- Users can successfully clone a repository with a space in the name over HTTPS when using the Azure DevOps integration
- The initialize submodule prompt will work properly after cloning a repository with submodules
- Unstaged diffs for submodules will display accurately
- Loading a diff will no longer cause the application to crash

GitKraken 6.2.0
- The country might be small, but its fortunes large. Trust us, this new GitKraken feature calls for a top-shelf martini
- The GitKraken merge conflict tool and built-in code editor have been updated with performance improvements affecting scrolling, output editing, and conflict line selection. The GitKraken merge tool now utilizes Monaco Editor, the same editor found in VS Code, which gives users the ability to independently search within the three separate conflict windows using the keyboard shortcut Cmd/Ctrl + F. Extra gold for Paid users: the code editor’s output now has auto-complete capability

- These latest improvements to the GitKraken Git Client are shocking...positively shocking
- Significant UI improvements have been made to the commit panel, including more recognizable file status icons, easier view of file names, and more
- Escape guarding has been added to the Pull Request panel. Now, if you add text in any field on the PR template form, you will not be able to close the panel without clicking the X button at the top right of the panel
- Users can again push a tag after it has been moved locally
- GitKraken will now select the WIP node instead of the HEAD node when detecting a merge conflict

Bug Fixes:
- Because a world with these bugs is not enough… M’s order
- Date and time settings set by the user will now be respected
- When trying to pop a stash created from outside of GitKraken, users will no longer receive an error message
- If the commit message is empty, the create commit keyboard shortcut will no longer create a commit
- Unless the diff view has been focused, Esc will close the diff views
- Creating a workflow with the same file name as an existing workflow will no longer close the GitHub Actions panel
- The Ignore and stop tracking feature will now correctly remove the ignored file from the index
- When editing a file inside of GitKraken using our code editor, a user’s line ending preference will apply the correct line ending
- When merging two conflicting branches, the correct commit message will now be generated
- Users no longer need to hit the Save button twice when closing the merge conflict tool

GitKraken 6.1.4
- Stashing time has been improved for stashing staged files

Bug Fixes:
- Users can again create a remote repository and clone it using an integration
- The Commit Search will return expected results when a stem word is queried

- The option to Sign in with GitHub has been removed
- The Linux Enterprise Client will now update properly

GitKraken 6.1.3
- The Electron cache now clears automatically with each update to ensure Glo tabs load correctly

GitKraken 6.1.1
Bug fixes:
- Users behind an authenticated proxy will now see a prompt for their credentials inside of the Release Notes & Glo tabs
- Renamed the duplicate option under Preferences → Authentication back to GitLab (Self-Managed)

GitKraken 6.1.0
- Get out your magnifying glass and prepare to search like you never have before, Detective
- Users can now easily search inside the graph for commits by message, author, or SHA. Access this feature with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd + F or click on the toolbar’s search icon. While searching, use Enter or ↓ to view the next result in the graph, or Shift + Enter or ↑ to view the previous result
- New GitHub Actions integration! Users can now add, edit, and delete GitHub Actions workflows inside of GitKraken. The GitHub Actions section will appear in the left panel for repositories with a GitHub upstream or any repository with the .github/workflows directory. Choose from several workflow templates to get started

- We might not have a thunderstone, but we’ve leveled-up GitKraken with these improvements
- The integration tabs under Preferences → Authentication have been changed to a vertical layout
- The merge conflict warning when opening a pull request will now display a list of conflicted files
- An un-bundled version of GitKraken’s strings file has been added. Users can edit/replace for use in non-officially supported languages
- More Keif avatars have been added to profiles
- An option has been added to the Fuzzy Finder to view GitKraken release notes

Bug Fixes:
- Our small yellow friend helped us thunder shock these bugs into oblivion
- Users will no longer encounter the error message caused by .gitignore negation rules, Checkout failed: error matching pattern due to .gitignore, when checking out a branch
- Users can now change the project group name casing when renaming a project group
- When initiating a push and pull request through the context menu, the Pull Request panel will now appear once the local branch has finished pushing to your remote
- The reset branch context menu will now perform as expected after dragging a branch onto another reference in the graph
- We (really) have fixed an issue with authentication for Bitbucket servers when the username is an email address

GitKraken 6.0.1
- It might take some time to get used to these new powers features, but we’re confident you’ll be shooting webs from your hands in no time
- This one’s for you Aunt May. Users can now configure location notifications in GitKraken by going to Preferences -> UI Preferences -> Notification Location
- The message box for commits is now resizeable
- Users can now use the keyboard shortcut Shift + J (or Shift + ↓) to

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