Tag: thin-git

Thin-Git Goes Open-Source

Hello everybody, Finally I have decided to release Thin-Git on an open-source license – BSD-old. Just to remind you, -old means that there is the advertising clause saying: 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by […]

Thin-Git Update: Commit bug fix

I’ve update JGit to version which should fix for some people the following problem when making commits: java.io.EOFException: Input did not match supplied length. 2042 bytes are missing. Enjoy! DOWNLOAD: thin-git.zip

ThinGit Update – much improved performance

Hi there! I’ve prepared a new version of ThinGit with drastically improved performance this time (thanks to more intelligent changes detection and push/pull behavior) and a fix for mishandled delete/modify conflict. Enjoy! As a sidenote: if ThinGit is starting to consume too much RAM on your machine (classic behavior for […]

ThinGit: SSH session reuse + significant GUI improvements

I’ve updated ThinGit to reuse existing SSH sessions instead of re-establishing them for every operation – it speeds up processing significantly and reduces CPU usage! I’ve also made GUI a LOT more user-friendly. Enjoy! DOWNLOAD: ThinGit Update


OK, finally I’m ready to present my collaboration/content-sharing tool – ThinGit! ThinGit periodically synchronizes local Git repositories with their remote origins and features automatic conflict resolution by creating timestamped copies of conflicted files. As such, its primary use is as an alternative to DropBox and SparkleShare! As the name suggests, […]

DropBox, SparkleShare, … thin-git (Part 2)

As announced, I’ve installed DropBox and SparkleShare today on my Windows XP-based PC. DropBox works out-of-the-box 😉 and makes the impression of a mature and stable application. It works fast, reliably and features Web interface to overlook and manage the state of your remote repository. Its only shortcoming (except for […]

DropBox, SparkleShare, … thin-git

Recently I had a little discussion about DropBox, which was highly praised by my colleague for its simplicity, efficacy, security, etc. Of course I like the idea very much and believe that it works good, because otherwise it wouldn’t have so many users. However there’s one thing fundamentally wrong with […]