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Sometimes I'd like to use time during commuting etc. for investigating bugs or issues in some of my projects. Is there a tool for Android that'd allow me to clone a git repository (or another VCS) and browse code offline?

If possible, I'd prefer an open-source one.

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    Several possibilities for that, see my list of apps for Versioning. Haven't tried any of those myself, hence no answer. – Izzy Oct 13 '15 at 7:46
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Update 2016-11-02

SGit will no longer be maintained, but the further development will be done under the project MGit (GPLv3).


the one almost full featured open source (GPLv3) git-client on android i know is SGit.

there is also the read only client Agit (GPLv3) designed for offline access (the full history is stored), but it seems to be unmaintained since 2014!

  • Agit is the way to go for me, as I only need to browse, no need for any changes. Thanks. – Petr Pudlák Oct 13 '15 at 9:06
  • Read-only is exactly what the asker asked for :-) Would you mind expanding your answer with a screenshot? Thanks! – Nicolas Raoul Nov 8 '16 at 12:26

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