GitKraken Git GUI 7.x
Behold the evolution of GitKraken! Find out what’s new, what’s fixed, or just take a trip down memory lane with a nostalgic swagger, remembering those bugs of yesterday.
Tuesday August 4th, 2020
v7.2 of the GitKraken Git GUI is downright foxy. 😍 Introducing GitLab Issue Tracking integration.
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.*
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
Escto 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.
Monday July 13th, 2020
🎶Trello from the other side! Introducing v7.1 of the GitKraken Git GUI, now with Trello integration.
Hello? Can you hear us? 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.
Monday, June 8th, 2020
The GitKraken Git GUI has been updated to bring you a slew of new improvements and bug fixes.
- 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
unassignedJira 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
NaNwhen filtering in the left panel.
Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
Introducing version 7 of the GitKraken Git GUI: The Best Way to Jira.
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*
Features denotated with * are paid features for Jira integration and free for GitKraken Boards integration.
- 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
- Local repositories without a remote setup now include an option to create a remote and push local changes.
You’ve still got issues, but at least your favorite Git GUI is still improving...
- 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.
ecdsaSSH 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 🐛
We take issue with bugs...
- 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