Nov 10, 2018 Dmitry Serov The next major release of Fork for Windows – 1.23 – is now available. The today’s release finally incorporates the mighty interactive rebase in the Windows version of Fork, adds CLI support, image diffs, and much more. Without further ado, let us uncover the changes Fork for Windows 1.23 brings to you.
Interactive rebase! Interactive rebase has been a part of Fork for Mac for quite a while, and it has consistently been praised by our users as one of the most elegant and intuitive ways to rebase their commits.
Today, we are proud to announce that Windows now employs Fork’s interactive rebase in all its glory. Open the interactive rebase window by right-clicking a commit or a branch, and once there, Pick, Edit, Reword, Squash, Fixup or even Drop commits entirely. Interactive rebase has never been easier.
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Show diff for image files In Fork for Windows 1.23, you can see how an image has been manipulated between commits using a handy visual diff view. The viewer supports alpha channel in images and several popular image formats. New combined list mode in file list A hierarchical representation of files in a commit might not be the way to go in many cases. Should your subfolders go deeper than ever, Fork is here to help with the combined, top-level view of all the related files. Use the button in the top right hand corner of the file list to switch modes between Tree view and List view. Handle CLI arguments to open repositories There are, of course, those who enjoy the ways of the venerable cmd.exe, or those who feel like exploring the possibilities of the more recent Powershell.
This release of Fork has something for them, too. It is now possible to open a repository in Fork by executing fork.exe path/to/repo from the command line, or even fork.exe. If the current directory is inside a git repository. How to set up my mac for productivity. Ability to pull a branch without checking it out (fast-forward pull) The last thing you want when working on a change is setting your current work aside to pull remote changes in another branch. But from now on, Fork has you covered – the ‘Fast-Forward Pull’ option allows you to get your other branch up to date with the remote without the need to check it out beforehand. The option can be found by right-clicking a branch in the branch list.