GitLab Commit File Tree

GitLab Commit File Tree

Displays a file tree on GitLab merge request and commit pages.

GitLab Commit File Tree
What is GitLab Commit File Tree?
GitLab Commit File Tree is a Chrome extension that displays a collapsible file tree on GitLab merge request and commit pages. It shows new and deleted files, as well as marks files with comments.
By: Mordred
Users: 74 ▲ 5
Rating: 3.25 (4)
Version: 2.1.0 (Last updated: 2018-10-29)
Creation date: 2018-10-29
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • https://*/
  • http://*/
  • declarativeContent
Size: 18.39K
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Displays a collapsible file tree on all Merge Requests and Commit diffs. Should work on and private gitlab installations.

Shows, new and deleted files as well as marks files which have comments.

Based on the work of Jimmy Anderson and Tomáš Bončo.

v2.0.0 - initial release for all gitlab repos v2.1.0 - added scroll to file, and automatic expansion of collapsed files

User reviews
无效,装了也没反应 别装了
by Sunworld W Sunworld W, 2024-03-01

does not work with current gitlab
by Remo Liechti Remo Liechti, 2022-02-23

This is godsend. Makes going through the diff so much more easier.
by Varun Joshi Varun Joshi, 2018-08-17
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Risk impact

GitLab Commit File Tree may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.

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