I noticed in a new test installation in a clean Windows 10 environment that 
Git 2.7.4 does not set the "core.ignorecase" setting to true anymore. This 
is the case in previous environments. As far as I could find out the 
default value for this option is false which will cause all kinds of 
trouble on Windows systems. (At least it did really bad things long time 
ago.)

What is the background of this change; do I have to set it manually 
everywhere or is Git smart enough to assume it's true when running on 
Windows? Or is my observation (running git config -l) wrong and it may be 
set actually?

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