On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 7:32 AM, Konstantin Khomoutov <
> On Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 12:34:31 PM UTC+3, John McKown wrote:
>> Probably the best thing to do wold be to see if there is an updated
>> version of git on AIX which will work for you and install it. On my Linux
>> system, git is at 2.4.3! There is a package here:
>> for AIX.
> Unfortunately, that's not it. The package is called "git" but it's not
I wonder what it is. I thought that it was "git the SCM" because the
"source" link pointed to the GNU ftp server and the git directory within
it. Perhaps best would be for the OP to download the source and compile it.
> Still, external unofficial repositories hosting Git packages for AIX do
>> Looks a bit weird to me because it has an RPM and I didn't think AIX used
> I'm not familiar with AIX either, but from googling, it appears that there
> exists something called like Linux compatibiliy layer for AIX, and
> supposedly RPMs are installed that way (via the `rpm` tool from that
> layer's packages).
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