Git 2.4 Release Improves The BSD Experience
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 30 April 2015 at 04:55 PM EDT. 2 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Junio Hamano has ended out the month by releasing Git 2.4.0, the latest feature update to the popular distributed version control system.

Git 2.4 isn't the largest update in a while, but still has some significant changes. Git 2.4.0 provides a number of fixes to improve its support on various BSD systems, HTTP-based transports now send Accept-Language in requests, performance optimizations are present in different areas, code clean-ups, and other changes.

More details on the Git 2.4 changes and new features can be found via Hamano's release announcement.
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