Git 2.2.0 Released With 550+ Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 November 2014 at 06:23 PM EST. Add A Comment
FREE SOFTWARE --
Junio Hamano released Git 2.2.0 this evening with more than 550 changes from seventy-seven contributors since the Git 2.1 release.

Git 2.2 brings numerous improvements to Git's many sub-commands, a new anonymize option for fast-export to help in reporting Git bugs but found for private/confidential repositories, new API calls, and various performance optimizations. Of course, there's many fixes too.

Learn more about the many features to Git 2.2 via the very lengthy release announcement.
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