On Sun, 14 Dec 2014 13:57:11 -0800 (PST)
TiborM <tibor.marc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> how it is with Git 2.x for windows?
It's in the works.
> Will it be release
> and when?
No one knows.
 might give you a clear understanding of how vanilla Git and Git for
Windows relate, and why they have different schedules.
The things got more complicated since then as the folks working on GfW
decided to concentrate on reworking msysgit (the environment used
to develop GfW) to make it more modular and easy to use for those alre
ady familiar with MinGW/MSYS; more details at . Note that the GfW
project is severely undermanned (not withstanding the fact the GfW
installer binary sustains several hundred downloads per day) so there's
absolutely no reason to go bitching about the delay on their support
forums -- they do whatever they are able to with the resources at hand.
In the meantime, you can read the wiki at  and build GfW 2.x
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