Git 2.7 Is Being Prepared With Many Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 10 December 2015 at 06:25 PM EST. 2 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Junio Hamano announced the release this afternoon of Git 2.7.0-rc0 with 463 commits since Git 2.6.

Git 2.7 is bringing improvements to a number of sub-commands, the Git bisecting mode now supports old/new terms in conjunction wuith term-old/term-new if you find good/bad confusing, prep work for a on-disk repository change that is backward incompatible, various performance improvements, and a number of bug fixes.

More details on this early development release of Git 2.7 can be found via the mailing list announcement.
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