Works somewhat, but the performance is horrific, even on a relatively new 8-core platform. Still waiting to clone a medium-sized repo of a few hundred or maybe thousand commits, total size of under 100 MiB. Remote has been "counting objects" for several hours now, but same repository was cloned within 30 seconds on a PC on the same DSL line. Too late for refund, as I walked away and forgot. I recommend to stick to a PC or web interface. Other git apps for Android seem to be even worse.
Seems that it only works with internal memory. Other things work good, helped solve my tasks. Thanks.
It works :)
The best option available on Android, but still flawed There aren't many options for a usable git client on Android, so it's easy to recommend Pocket Git. However, it is buggy (cannot add some files even though not in .gitignore) and badly needs the following improvements: (i) ability to add all new files in a folder recursively (as adding large no.s of files in nested folders is currently very painful!); (ii) direct command-line access to git commands for complex tasks; (iii) ability to create local-only repos; and (iv) faster performance generally. Hopefully there'll be more changes to come.
Works fine on local storage, but I really want to clone repositories to the SD card. Using Android 5.1 and the app manager shows that Pocket Git has SD read/write/modify permission, but I just get "failed to clone" with the exact same repo settings that work on built-in storage. More detailed error messages would be nice too.
Too much effort on look and not enough on function. For example, it does not give you an error message when something goes wrong while cloning. It just says it could not clone. Also, it always fails to clone to the external SD card, even though all indications are that it should be able to.
Small changes to improve Android Oreo support.
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