On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 10:55:28 AM UTC+2, mae.l...@web.de wrote:
>
> hi,
>
> thank you for the greatest vcs ever ...
>
> first the fact : 32 bit is virtually dead , it began 11 years ago with the 
> arrival of the first 32/64 bit hybrid processors.
>
> even the cheapest desktop pc and laptops featuring now cpu with 64bit 
> instructions.
>
> a 64 bit version of git in windows would speed up a lot of things (i/o 
> transactions, checksumming, etc) ... its not only a clever marketing slogan 
> :-)
>
> SO PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PROVIDE AN OFFICIAL 64 BIT WINDOWS VERSION OF GIT. 
> EVEN BETTER IF IT IS A RECENT GIT 2.X :-)
>
> if for some strange reason you must provide a 32bit windows version for 
> compatibility reasons take an example on other professional project and 
> provide both : let the user decide which one he needs and of course his 
> computer supports ...
>
> thank you for considering
>


This mailing list is for volunteer Git users helping other Git users with 
their problems. There's not much Git development or releasing going on here 
:)

There is another list that focuses on developing Git for Windows: 
http://groups.google.com/group/msysgit

Their most recent efforts include a rewrite that brings the latest 2.x 
versions of Git to Windows, both 32 and 64 
bit: https://git-for-windows.github.io/

It's still a "pre-release" though, so be aware that it may be unstable.

More background is available on their 
wiki: https://github.com/msysgit/msysgit/wiki

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