Release Notes: Though this new release also improves some smaller issues, its most important new feature is powerful SVN support. This means you can use SmartGit as an SVN client with Git-typical advantages like the ability to commit off-line and modify local commits, and very fast command execution. In contrast with git-svn, SmartGit has much better performance (especially with msysgit on Windows and fast initial clone similar to 'svn checkout'), tag and branch management, and support for SVN externals, svn:mime-type, svn:eol-style, and svn:ignore.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor bugs, updates the BitBucket fingerprint, and prevents clones from CodePlex SVN repositories that caused problems because of their non-standard SVN server.
Release Notes: This release concentrates on fixing smaller bugs.
Release Notes: This version mostly adds improvements to the GitHub integration and fixes a large number of bugs, especially SVN related ones.
Release Notes: This release fixes a nasty regression introduced in 5.0.4.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs and adds some minor improvements.