SmartGit, a graphical client for the version control systems Git and Mercurial with optimized workflows for multiple platforms, is now at version 5.0.3.SmartGit provides some very important features, such as local working tree operations, push, pull, fetch for all protocols, tag and branch management, and much more.
According to the developers, multiple configurations are now applied in the same commit message, the configuration no longer requires Remote and works for standalone repositories as well, and the token will now be used as password for Git operations, too.
Also, clone operations (SVN) no longer fail due to NTLM-related problems, and the “feature already existing” warning is no longer given, even if there is no such feature locally or in the configured remote repository.
Check out the complete changelog for a list of bug fixes and other important new features. Download SmartGit 5.0.3 right now from Softpedia.