Hey guys i'm a new git user so please be patient with me (i'm french moreover :p).
I started to use git on github and there was a nice visual way to see the branches (it was easier to understand this way). I mean, you saw the master branch and the other ones around much more easily. I mean, it was a more beautifull "gitk".
I couldnt find it yet on bitbucket. Does it exist ? If it does, where can I find it ?
Thank you guys,
At the moment, the drop down menu on commits/source and listing on your repository home page are the way to view branches. We are always improving the site and hope to have some new tools for this in the very near future. Keep an eye on the Bitbucket blog and our Twitter Account (@bitbucket) for announcements soon!
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