I like SourceTree because it provides an intuitive interface for all the git commands that I don’t remember, especially for advanced merges, etc…
This quick shortcut will help you open SourceTree from your terminal. Note, you can probably do this with other git clients. The breakdown is using the
-a is just specifying the application.
open -a SourceTree /path/to/repoalias sourcetree='open -a SourceTree'
Then you can do:
If you’re already in your repo directory you can do:
BTW, you can also use this to open finder