Also available for Mac OS X A free Git client for Windows and Mac Sourcetree simplifies how you interact with your Git repositories so you can focus on coding. Visualize and manage your repositories through Sourcetree's simple Git GUI. Mac OS X: Windows: Linux/Unix: Older. Git comes with built-in GUI tools (git-gui, gitk), but there are several third-party tools for users looking for a platform. Install Git on Mac OS X There are several ways to install Git on a Mac. In fact, if you've installed XCode (or it's Command Line Tools), Git may already be installed. To find out, open a terminal and enter git -version. $ git -version git version 2.7.0 (Apple Git-66).
Git for Mac OS X
Note: We recommend downloading the latest Git release available. Git version 1.6.6 or newer is required for optimal network performance.
Mac command line Git clients
Official Git Client
The official Git SCM project provides official builds of the Mac OS X command-line Git client as a free download. If you are using Mac OS X then this is the recommended download for all Git users.
Graphical Git Installer
The git-osx-installer packages provides an easy-to-use graphical installer to install the latest version of Git command line tools for Mac OS X.
A recent version of the Git command-line client is available from the MacPorts community-supported collection of open-source software.
Mac GUI Git clients
GitX-dev is a fork of the original GitX GUI for Mac OS X (the original is no longer maintained). It provides the ability to browse your repository revision history, diff changes, and supports most of the regular Git operations. This GUI client is available free of charge.
SmartGit/Hg is a commercial GUI Git/Mercurial client for Mac OS X. This is a cross-platform license, so the one licence can be used on all supported platforms: Mac, Windows and Linux.
Mac IDE Git clients
Git Gui For Linux
Git support is included in Apple’s powerful Xcode Integrated Development Environment. Installing Xcode also includes a version of the Mac OS X command-line Git tools.
Eclipse is a cross-platform IDE that also supports Mac OS X. The EGit plug-in provides seamless Git integration. EGit is implemented on top of JGit, the Java implementation of Git, and contains most of the functionality required to work with any Git repository.
Older releases are available and the Git source repository is on GitHub.
Latest source Release2.29.1 Release Notes (2020-10-22)
Update Git Mac Os
Git comes with built-in GUI tools (git-gui, gitk), but there are several third-party tools for users looking for a platform-specific experience.
Various Git logos in PNG (bitmap) and EPS (vector) formats are available for use in online and print projects.
Git For Mac
Git via Git
If you already have Git installed, you can get the latest development version via Git itself:
git clone https://github.com/git/git
You can also always browse the current contents of the git repository using the web interface.