I've been running git 1.7.6 on both my local machines (osx) and my 
staging/production server (Linux/Ubuntu), the central repo is held on 

I just bought a new server (Linux/CentOS) and was wondering what gremlins I 
should expect if I install the latest version of git on it? 

My main preoccupations are that I've got a number of ongoing projects that 
are all "in git1.7.6". So if I upgrade git on the server's box, would 
anything break? I'm also assuming that I'd also have to upgrade git version 
on my local machines too, no? Would anything totally evil happen if I 
installed the latest version of git on the external server and left the old 
version on my local machines? What's the given practice?


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