SourceTree integrates with Bitbucket

By on June 14, 2011

We love using SourceTree to manage our repositories on Bitbucket.

SourceTree helps you grok the status of your repositories at a glance. Quickly see what files are changed, commits that are waiting to be pushed or pulled, and what merges are outstanding. You can also search the history of your repository by commit message, author, or date range. Pretty powerful stuff.

SourceTree recently released version 1.2, with improved Bitbucket integration. As part of the new release, the kind folks at SourceTree have graciously offered a 10% discount code for Bitbucket users until June 20, 2011. Enter the coupon code BITBUCKET01 during checkout and you’ll be set!

Download a free trial of SourceTree!

 

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  • http://twitter.com/zetxek Adrián Moreno Peña

    This is great, SourceTree is probably the best mercurial/git client I’ve tried on OS X :-)

  • http://twitter.com/zetxek Adriu00e1n Moreno Peu00f1a

    This is great, SourceTree is probably the best mercurial/git client I’ve tried on OS X :-)

  • http://twitter.com/zetxek Adrián Moreno Peña

    This is great, SourceTree is probably the best mercurial/git client I’ve tried on OS X :-)

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  • Anonymous

    I could not find the staging concept in source tree, I didn’t like it initially, but I kinda like staging them sometimes before I make additional changes before I commit.

  • Anonymous

    I could not find the staging concept in source tree, I didn’t like it initially, but I kinda like staging them sometimes before I make additional changes before I commit.