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We released GitHub for Mac almost exactly 5 months ago. Today we’re excited to release its first big update.
So, what’s new?
The entire changes view has been redesigned. It’s now easier to review your changes and roughly 5 gazillion times faster.
We think commit messages are pretty important. But it’s hard to create meaningful messages if you have unrelated changes in the same file.
So we added per-line committing.
Select the lines you’d like to commit. Write an awesome commit message. Commit.
We’ve added Commit & Sync. It’s now just one step to share your changes.
A few other noteworthy changes:
- Lion fullscreen support.
- We track your repositories so that even if they move or are renamed, we can still find them.
- What update would be complete without bug fixes and performance improvements?
The app will automagically update itself. If you want to make sure it’s grabbing the new version, go to the GitHub => About GitHub menu.
It took blood, sweat, and 951 commits to create 1.1. We think it’s a huge step forward.
As always, feel free to contact us if you need any help.