Git changed its 'official' system name from 'GIT' to 'Git' in v18.104.22.168 (as can be seen in the corresponding release note where 'GIT' was changed to 'Git' in the header line). Alas the documention uses 'GIT', 'Git' or even 'git' to refer to the Git system. So change every occurrence of 'GIT" and 'git' in the documention to 'Git' whenever Git as a system is referred to (but don't do this change in the release notes because they constitute a history orthogonal to the history versioned by Git). There is also one occurence of 'GITweb' which is changed to 'Gitweb' but changing 'gitweb' to 'Gitweb' (or 'GitWeb'?) should be part of another patch. The "'git' to 'Git'" patch has to be divided in four parts to stay within the mail size limit of 100kB (sorry for the noise with v2 of this series). [PATCH v3 1/6] Change old system name 'GIT' to 'Git' [PATCH v3 2/6] Change 'git' to 'Git' whenever the whole system is referred to #1 [PATCH v3 3/6] Change 'git' to 'Git' whenever the whole system is referred to #2 [PATCH v3 4/6] Change 'git' to 'Git' whenever the whole system is referred to #3 [PATCH v3 5/6] Change 'git' to 'Git' whenever the whole system is referred to #4 [PATCH v3 6/6] Add rule for when to use 'git' and when to use 'Git'
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