TortoiseGit Manual

Exporting a Git Working Tree

Sometimes you may want a copy of your working tree without any of those .git directories, e.g. to create a zipped tarball of your source, or to export to a web server. Instead of making a copy and then deleting all those .git directories manually, TortoiseGit offers the command TortoiseGitExport....

Figure 2.53. The Export Dialog

The Export Dialog

Zip File zip file of export


Current commit checked out.


The latest commit of chosen branch.


The commit of chosen tag.


Any commit, you click ... to launch log dialog to choose commit. You also can input commit hash, or friendly commit name, such as HEAD~4.