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The elegant solution to graphical version control.
Built by developers, for developers.

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““I've never been a fan of GUIs for source control, but I must say that this looks beautiful. I don't think I'd ever use it, as most of my work is on systems that don't even have a GUI, but it does. Look. Beautiful.
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RelaGit is a git client and more.

GitHub, GitLab, and Codeberg Integrations
Your favourite developer platforms. Directly integrated into the experience.
The GitHub vercel/next.js repository being cloned inside RelaGit
Open Source
Community fueled. Built with input and opinion from developers and users.
Can we make the label more specific here?
I agree, we're trying to be more open about the git terminology.
I would suggest “fetch” instead of “update”.
Sounds good 👍
Contextual Popout
New
Goes anywhere you go. Open out a native popout to view focused information about what you're working on.
A native popout window is open above a code editor. The popout shows modified files and commit history.
Speedy
Designed to move at your speed. Next generation tooling enables lightning fast UI updates and performance.
Elegantly Elegant
Pixel perfect interface crafted for seamless navigation. Blending form and function with beautiful design.
The Create or Add repository modal in RelaGit, with the curve of the window being emphasised

Creativity is the limit.

Create dynamic workflows to automate actions and perform awesome tasks when things happen in your repositories.

Learn More
.relagit/workflows/action.ts
ts
import { Workflow } from "relagit:actions";

export default new Workflow({
    name: "My New Workflow",
    description: "Does amazing things!",
    hooks: {
        commit: (_, repository, commit) => {
            console.log("New commit in", repository.name);
        },
    },
});
RelaGit app window, a theme in a pale blue color palette is applied.

Recognisably Yours.

Re-imagine the look of the client, either through careful creation of a theme, or use of a community-made one.

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