There's no definite plan for a port just yet, but there may be one in the future if enough people are interested.
Guess what? Enough people were interested. :)
+1 == Interest + 1 ;)
@Jim: This whould be indeed the best solution, pushing SourceTree OpenSource on bitBucket!
c'mon Atlassian, think enterprise, there is no Mac or Windows only ecosystem, developers love and have to choose different workstations for different projects!
Half my team uses Mac OSX, and the other half Windows...with the mandated change coming up from Atlassian regarding adoption of DVCS, and the ease with which SourceTree provides Hg-flow, it would *very* helpful for us to have SourceTree for Windows (helps on policies and procedures, because we are not large enough to justify a Stash $$ purchase, but too large for the under 10 people Stash fees).
To be honest... on Windows we already have quite a lot of git clients. Concentrate on Mac so that there are no trade offs made during porting and when trying to develop single code for both platform.
Take a look at Tower. You already have quite some catching up to do on Mac.
I do not use GUI clients as a general rule. But the only one I've actually thought was any good for a DVCS was SourceTree. I'm a hard-core Mercurial person myself. I show up in the commit log. :-) This tool works well for both though, and makes the fact that git has such an awful command line interface much less irritating.
I would like us to use it at work. We're currently using SmartGIT. But this tool is much better. Unfortunately, all my co-workers use Windows or Linux. :-)
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