GitBar

Programming is hard! 

At the end of the day, it is easy to forget to save our work, to commit and push to out remote GIT server.

GitBar is a menubar utility that reminds to commit your source code.

GitBar will watch your local git repositories and smartly send notifications when you forgot to commit your work.

Lives in the menubar

Easy access to all your repositories

Remind through Notification Center

Join the GitBar newsletter or view the archives

Volume is only about 1 email per month to notify new features and product updates

How it works

Source is committed and

synced with remote

Source is committed but

push to remote is needed

Source needs to

be committed

Notifications 

GitBar uses MacOS notification to notify when a repository is left with modifications for a long time.

 

Clicking on the notification opens the preferred git client to quickly commit.

Preferred Git Client

 

Selecting the repository in the GitBar menu or clicking on the notifications will open the preferred git client.

 

The app is used as preferred client is asked the first time repository is selected. If none is selected, Finder will be used.

 

Tested with Tower, SourceTree

Open in Terminal

 

Selecting the repository in the GitBar menu or clicking on the notifications will open the preferred git client.

 

The app is used as preferred client is asked the first time repository is selected. If none is selected, Finder will be used.

 

Tested with MacOS Terminal, iTerm2

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GitBar is made by Pico mama in Italy

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