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A gitmoji interactive client for using gitmojis on commit messages.
File system in the style of zx (the Bash alternative).
A complete text-based user interface to Git that fills the gap between the Git command-line interface and various GUIs.
A Typescript-based set of packages to make exporting artifacts from GitHub easier. Useful for those migrating information out of github.com.
A lightweight, dependency-free Git hooks manager for small projects.
Generates a table of contents for Markdown files inside a local Git repository. Links are compatible with anchors generated by GitHub or other sites.
A pull request collaboration tool for tech teams working on GitHub and Slack.
A free software source code management system that supports Mercurial and Git, and has an easy-to-use web interface.
Not free. A native Mac app that helps you keep up with GitHub notifications without stress.
Not free. Mac app to backup, sync, and organize your shell history.
An advanced CLI interface for npm that lets you search packages from the terminal, install a selected package with one keystroke, and more.
Older tool. A wrapper for ffmpeg and mp4v2 to merge, split, or manipulate audiobook files with chapters.
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