Vershd lets you see your work status in a simplified and intuitive way at all times. This means that your workflow will be seamless. With this tool, you can work on Windows, Apple, and Linux, seamlessly. And a single license will cover all three OSs.
Vershd Lifetime Deal Features Overview:
It lets you see into the future, which helps you protect your present.
You can see what’s coming, so you can prepare in advance. More than 160 commands are available in Git, and more than 1,000 parameters have to be remembered.
It is an effortless Git GUI that’s easy to use, and that’s why it’s been so popular among developers. You can search and visualize your work with Branches.
Pending shows what you can commit or stash. Stash makes it easy to apply, view, and delete your stashes.
Don’t waste any more time on the Git index. Check files in four different ways to decide which ones you want to commit or stash. Select what you want to commit, and you’re done.
Amending a commit is easy, and you can clearly see the differences between commits.
Check a merge before it happens. See the impact of removing a branch before you do it.
Be warned if deleting a branch will erase the commits that don’t exist elsewhere.
All of these benefits are available through a Git GUI.
Simplicity is what you get. No Git commands with over 200 parameters. Most things can be accomplished in just a few clicks.
It’s simpler than using Revert or Reset. Rewind lets you wind back the clock on commits, so you can choose whether to keep pending files or not.
Check out the simple visual overview to understand it. Merge commits with previews so that you can see what’s happening.
With two clicks, push to a remote repository, overwriting it if you wish. It’s a simple and straightforward tool. A Git GUI.
It lets you choose between merging and rebasing. It then pulls from exactly the branch you specify, so it’s very easy.
Compare each stash file against the recent commit’s files as well, so you know exactly what’s changed since you stashed them.
Stashing your code may cause you to lose your current changes. This tool can try to keep your changes. There may be a conflict, but it’s worth a shot.
Stash changes shouldn’t be a chore since Vershd offers a separate space for stashes to make things easier.
You can view, apply and delete your stashes.
Comparing, then committing, or stashing.
Select files in seconds
It helps you compare the contents of each pending file so you know exactly what has changed since you stowed them. Contrast each file’s contents with the latest commit for it and the penultimate one, so you know what’s really changed.
It lets you make sure this does not happen by default, but if you really need to, you can force an overwrite. It protects you from errors by keeping this explicitly stated in the terminal.
See all files by folder, name, extension, or status. Quickly select all the files that were added, modified, deleted, renamed, and get your work done.