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Ego is a command line tool that provides an interface to inspect Git repositories. It allows users to analyze and explore the structure and history of a Git repository with ease. The tool is written in Go and aims to be fast and efficient, even for large repositories with thousands of commits. Users can use ego to view commit history, branches, tags, and merges in a visually pleasing way. Ego can display interactive graphs that show the relationships between different branches and commits, aiding in understanding the repository's structure. It also provides various filtering and searching options to quickly find specific commits or branches. Ego supports a range of customizable options for visualizing repository data, such as colors, layout, and output formats. The tool offers integration with other command line tools and can be easily incorporated into existing workflows. Ego is an open-source project with an active community, allowing for continuous improvement and enhancements. It is compatible with major operating systems like Windows, macOS, and Linux, making it accessible to a wide range of users.

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