On Sunday, 9 February 2014 00:43:35 UTC-6, Seb wrote: 
> 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 
> Assembla.  
> 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?
> Cheers.

No repo-borking to expect at all when using different versions of git 
really, especially 1.7.6 which isn't that old. We've got a few servers and 
developers with different versions of Git (from 1.7+ to 2.1+) at work and 
it works just fine. The only thing you might need to pay attention to is 
the behavior of some git commands which can change from one version to 
another. For instance, starting from git 2.0 the default behavior of 
git-push when run with no arguments is to push only the current branch *if* 
it has a matching branch on the remote, whereas in earlier versions it used 
to push all branches having the same name on both ends. But again, as 
Philip said the release notes are quite copious if you have a problem.

On Wednesday, 8 October 2014 18:11:11 UTC+2, avinash gautam wrote:
> Hi,
> I am trying to upgrade git client on one of our linux server.
> We want to upgrade to git 1.9.4 version.
> We are currently using git 1.7.1 which seems to inbuilt for linux server.
> can you please help me to upgrade the git from 1.7.1 to 1.9.4.
> --Avinash Gautam
Avinash, please don't hijack other people's threads. Also, this isn't a 
git-specific question, it depends on your Linux distribution -- Check 

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