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- Git-2.20.0-32-bit.exe 43.8 MB
- Git-2.20.0-32-bit.tar.bz2 90.5 MB
- Git-2.20.0-64-bit.exe 43.5 MB
- Git-2.20.0-64-bit.tar.bz2 92.5 MB
- MinGit-2.20.0-32-bit.zip 21 MB
- MinGit-2.20.0-64-bit.zip 20.8 MB
- MinGit-2.20.0-busybox-32-bit.zip 17.1 MB
- MinGit-2.20.0-busybox-64-bit.zip 16.9 MB
- pdbs-for-git-32-bit-220.127.116.11.9515583416-1.zip 11.7 MB
- pdbs-for-git-64-bit-18.104.22.168.9515583416-1.zip 10.5 MB
- PortableGit-2.20.0-32-bit.7z.exe 40 MB
- PortableGit-2.20.0-64-bit.7z.exe 40.1 MB
- Source code (zip)
- Source code (tar.gz)
Changes since Git for Windows v2.19.2 (November 21st 2018)
Please note that Git for Windows v2.19.2 was offered as a full release only for about a week, and then demoted to "pre-release" status, as it had two rather big regressions: 32-bit Git Bash crashed, and git:// was broken.
- Comes with Git v2.20.0.
- Comes with OpenSSL v1.1.1a. The OpenSSH, cURL and Heimdal packages were rebuilt to make use of OpenSSL v1.1.1a.
- The FSCache feature was further optimized in particular for very large repositories.
- To appease certain anti-malware, MinTTY was recompiled with a patch to avoid GCC trampolines.
- Comes with Git LFS v2.6.1.
- Comes with Bash v4.4 patchlevel 023 .
- Commands to interact with CVS repositories were considered obsolete and have been removed.
- The desired HTTP version (HTTP/2 or HTTP/1.1) can now be configured via the
- Git CMD no longer picks up
git.exefrom the current directory (if any).
- Git Bash works again in 32-bit Git for Windows.
- Git can now access
- The confusing descriptions of the PATH options in the installer were clarified.
- A bug in the
notepadsupport in conjunction with line wrapping was fixed.
- Comes two backported fixes to allow NTLM/Kerberos authentication to fall back to HTTP/1.1.
- It is now possible to call
cmd\git.exevia a symbolic link.