Changes since Git for Windows v2.20.1 (December 15th 2018)
Comes with Git v2.21.0.
The custom editor setting in the installer has been improved substantially.
Comes with Git Credential Manager v126.96.36.199.
Comes with cURL v7.64.0.
Comes with git-flow v1.12.0.
git archive no longer requires gzip to generate .tgz archives (this means in particular that it works in MinGit).
System-wide Sublime Text installations are now detected and offered on the editor wizard page.
Comes with Git LFS v2.7.1.
The Git CMD deprecation was further clarified to mention that the Start Menu item is deprecated, not using Git from CMD.
Certain drivers/anti-malware caused git.exe to hang, which has been fixed.
git stash now works after staging files with git add -N.
A problem with difftool and more than a handful modified files has been fixed.
The regression where git-cmd
Portable Git can be launched via network paths again.
FSCache works again on network drives, in particular when Windows 8.1 or older are involved.
Partially hidden text in the Path options page in the installer is no longer hidden.
Fixes an obscure git svn hang.
The installer now configures editors so that the built-in rebase can use them.
What does not
Anything. It crashes.
Installation crashes in the end after it had dumped the files.
What was not tested
Anything. The app always crashes.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 18.10 "Cosmic" amd64 (+variants like Kubuntu)||Mar 01 2019||4.2-staging||No, but has workaround||No||Yes||Garbage||KOLANICH|