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    Visualize your commits when using the Git Flow branching strategy

    Visualize your commits when using the Git Flow branching strategy

    Visualise Git Flow branches

    Highlight specific branches and track commits

    Simplifies commit history analysis of repositories

    Bring your commits to life by using the Git Flow Chart to visualise the relationship between branches.

    Want to know which commits are part of your branch? By clicking on a specific commit, the Git Flow Chart highlights the entire parentage tree, allowing you to identify exactly which parts of the tree are in your branch

    Analysing your code base can be a real challenge, especially in a Git Flow with unlimited feature branches, releases and hotfixes. The Git Flow Chart simplifies this task by visualising the relationship between commits

    More details

    The Git Flow Chart add-on allows teams using the Git Flow workflow to visualise their work and get better insights in how their commits are related.

    The Git Flow workflow is a popular branching strategy that helps teams organise the way they use Git within their organisation.

    The Git Flow Chart add-on is an extension to Stash and aims teams that are using the Git Flow workflow to gain more insights in their commits by visualising how they've moved within the work flow.

    For more information about the Git Flow workflow, please read the excellent Atlassian Git Tutorial.

    PRO TIP: Watch the introduction video on YouTube

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    by Antony Reese on 2016-10-12
    Hi Team, We are using Bitbucket Cloud version, Our requirement is we need to show the Different commit graph based on the branches created in BitBucket. But Git Flow Chart supports only for server version, Could you please let us know whether Git Flow Chart can be used in Bitbucket Cloud in alternate way, Or is there any plugins which supports Bitbucket Cloud Version. Expecting the response eagerly !!! Thanks, Antony
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    We are currently investigating the feasibility of porting this add-on to Bitbucket Cloud. I will update this comment once I have more info to share!

    by Andrew Eastgaard on 2014-12-09
    The interface is much easier to trace individual branches than using 'Commit Graph'. It is nice to be able to highlight the history of individual branches. Two areas for improvement: 1. If you have a lot of branches (over 10) the graph can take up a lot of screen real estate. It would be nice to move the branch lines closer together as the number of concurrent branches increase. 2. The plugin does not recognize 'bugfix' branches. They show up as black lines that are not grouped. It would be nice to have a group for these since the Stash branching model supports this prefix. (Aside: We do not have any hot fix branches right now so I am not sure if the same issues exists there as well.)
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    I'm happy to announce that the add-on now supports the ability to use a regular expression to determine which branches should be considered as part of the "Release" zone. This way, custom branch naming conventions like "bugfix" branches can also receive the appropriate colouring and are grouped together with other "Release" type branches.

    We are currently looking into how we can allow more granular control over the screen estate, for instance by adding the ability to show/hide branches.

    by Vladimir Muravlev on 2014-12-01
    This is unique graphical chart, perfect for gitflow workflow. That's what we looked for in all windows git clients (for ex Smartgit, SorceTree) but their charts show only a mess of multicolored lines. Here we have everything clear, just like on gitflow workflow presentation slides. Thanks a lot for this plugin!
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    Version 1.2.1 Bitbucket Server 4.0.0 - 4.14.0 Released 2017-01-09


    Major bug fix release & data center compatibility


    The 1.2.1 hotfix release fixes a major bug which caused issues when loading the Git Flow Chart graph for repositories. This issue has now been resolved.

    In addition, the add-on is now properly listed as Bitbucket Data Center compatible.


    1. Log into your Bitbucket instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Git Flow Chart via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Git Flow Chart. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Git Flow Chart begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Bitbucket instance.

    To find older Git Flow Chart versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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