@whoisj whoisj released this Aug 10, 2018

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Please see v1.16.0 for the complete list of new features and bug fixes.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with Bitbucket multifactor authentication (thanks to @Foda for contributing the fix).

To install the Git Credential Manager, download and double-click the GCMW-1.16.3exe installer. It is that easy, it will even install Git for Windows 2.17.0 and the Microsoft .Net Framework for you if necessary.

For non-installation or custom installation needs, download the gcmw-v1.16.3.zip archive and expand its contents. Use the included install.cmd or options provided via git-credential-manager install to complete setup.

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v1.16.2
v1.16.1
v1.16.0

@whoisj whoisj released this Aug 9, 2018

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Please see v1.17.0 for a complete list of features and bug fixes.

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixes a bug related to Bitbucket authentication (thanks to @Foda for contributing the fixes).

To install the Git Credential Manager, download and double-click the GCMW-1.17.1.exe installer. It is that easy, it will even install Git for Windows 2.17.0 and the Microsoft .Net Framework for you if necessary.

For non-installation or custom installation needs, download the gcmw-v1.17.1.zip archive and expand its contents. Use the included install.cmd or options provided via git-credential-manager install to complete setup.

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v1.17.0 Change Log

Aug 9, 2018
Merge pull request #723 from whoisj/v1.17/version
update version numbers (v1.17.1)
Aug 9, 2018
Merge pull request #721 from Foda/BBBasicLoginFixMaster
bitbucket: Fixed basic auth with new username (master)

@whoisj whoisj released this Jul 31, 2018 · 13 commits to rel/v1.17 since this release

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In this release:

  • Add the ability to read the command line from the parent git-remote-http(s) process of git-credential-manager.exe. This enables the GCM to know the full and complete URL of the Git remote.
  • Detection of NTLM enabled servers has been improved by using the new URL capture.
  • Validation of VSTS personal access tokens has been improved by using the new URL capture.

Bug Fixes:

  • Adjusted the default network timeout to avoid artificial authentication failures due to slow networks or services.
  • Fixed a bug with Bitbucket authentication (thanks @mminns for providing the fix as usual).

To install the Git Credential Manager, download and double-click the GCMW-1.17.0.exe installer. It is that easy, it will even install Git for Windows 2.17.0 and the Microsoft .Net Framework for you if necessary.

For non-installation or custom installation needs, download the gcmw-v1.17.0.zip archive and expand its contents. Use the included install.cmd or options provided via git-credential-manager install to complete setup.

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