Git 2.25 Is On The Way For Release In Early 2020

Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 26 December 2019 at 10:25 AM EST. 16 Comments
Git maintainer Junio Hamano released Git 2.25-rc0 on Christmas as the first test release en route to this next feature update for this widely-used distributed revision control system.

Git 2.25 continues re-implementing git add -i functionality within C code, performance tweaks to git push for repos with many refs pointing to unheard of objects, various other performance optimizations, many fixes, and various enhancements to different sub-commands and arguments.

The complete list of Git 2.25-rc0 changes can be found via its release announcement on the kernel mailing list.
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