Git 2.5 Is On Approach With Many Changes

Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 22 July 2015 at 05:30 AM EDT. 7 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Junio Hamano announced the release on Tuesday for Git 2.5.0-rc3, which is made up of more than 500 commits since Git 2.4.0.

Git 2.5 features multiple improvements to git p4 for its handling of Perforce repositories, some performance improvements/optimizations are in place, and there are a large number of bug-fixes over what's provided in Git 2.4.

More details on Git 2.5.0-rc3 and the changes coming in general for this distributed revision control system can be found out via the release announcement posted to the Linux kernel mailing list.

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