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Changes since Git for Windows 2.6.1 (September 29th 2015)
- Comes with Git 2.6.1
- The installer now writes the file
/etc/install-options.txtto record which options were chosen at install time.
git flowwith the AVH edition which is maintained actively, in surprising and disappointing contrast to Vincent Driessen's very own project.
PATHvariable is now really left alone when choosing the "Use Git from Git Bash only" option in the installer. Note that upgrading Git for Windows will call the previous version's uninstaller, which might still have that bug.
- Git GUI's Registry>Create Desktop Icon now generates correct shortcuts.
antiwordutility to render Word documents for use in
git diffnow works correctly.
- In 64-bit installations, we no longer set a pack size limit by default.
- When installing Git for Windows as regular user, the installer no longer comptries to create privileged registry keys.