Frequently Asked Questions
Does Gitfox offer a one-time purchase?
No. Gitfox only has one version that is always up to date. We realize that subscriptions are not everyones preferred purchase option and that is why Gitfox subscriptions are priced lower as we would be able to with just a one-time purchase. Providing a one-time purchase would also result in a fragmented product with unmaintained versions.
Can I use Gitfox after I cancel my subscription?
Of course. Your license remains active until the end of the current subscription period. After that, Gitfox reverts back to its unlicensed state and you can still use it for non-commercial purposes.
How do I change my Difftool?
Gitfox emulates the
git difftool command and automatically uses the default difftool that is specified in your git config.
Gitfox has defaults built in for the following difftools, that are used if there is not an explicit command configured for it:
You can specify them like so
[merge] tool = <toolname> [diff] tool = <toolname>
For any other difftool, Gitfox uses the specified command. For e.g. Kaleidoscope this would look like this.
[mergetool "Kaleidoscope"] cmd = ksdiff --merge --output \"$MERGED\" --base \"$BASE\" -- \"$LOCAL\" --snapshot \"$REMOTE\" --snapshot trustexitcode = true [difftool "Kaleidoscope"] cmd = ksdiff --partial-changeset --relative-path \"$MERGED\" -- \"$LOCAL\" \"$REMOTE\" [merge] tool = Kaleidoscope [diff] tool = Kaleidoscope
Usually you don't have to do this yourself, since most tools provide integration themselves.
How can I change my default Terminal?
Gitfox uses the default application that is associated with the
public.unix-executable content type on your system
If you are using iTerm 2
- Open iTerm
- Click the menu item
iTerm2 → Make iTerm2 Default Term
If you are using another terminal
- Right click on any unix executable like e.g.
Open with:select your new default Terminal application
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