I've a server with a folder. In this folder I've did a git init to create a git repository in this folder. When I open now a file in this folder and change something, the git notices this and mark it as a change.

To commit and push these changes I currently login to my server via SSH, navigate to the folder and run my git commands. Because I don't like this, I'm looking for a GUI which acts like an SSH logon and brings all the functionality given in the bash.

I've already tried SourceTree and GitKranken but this tools seems to be only working with a Bitbucket server or Github (whatever) but not with a normal git repo.

Do you have any idea how I can make my workflow better with a GUI?

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    Is a GUI an absolute requirement? I work remotely and I just ssh into the server in the morning and do all my work there. I have a GUI editor that can open remote files, but I run my git commands from the ssh session. Is that a decent workaround for you?
    – terdon
    Apr 10, 2019 at 17:18


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