does anybody know a website where one can view that latest git documentation?
Here, "latest" means "latest release" (though being also able to access it for
"next" would of course be a nice bonus, likewise for older versions). While I
do have those docs on my local machine, I would like to access them online, too
(e.g. easier to pointer people at this, I can access it from other machines,
My problem is that all sites I know of are outdated, and thus don't show recent
improvements. Also, for many it is hard to determine for which version of git
they carry documentation. Here are the contenders I know, and the problems they
* The closest I know is http://git-scm.com/ -- they fit the bill almost
perfectly. Except that sadly, some pages that are crucial for me are
permanently stuck at outdated versions, like
http://git-scm.com/docs/git-remote-helpers which is stuck at 126.96.36.199. I tried
contacting them about this for two months now, but to no avail (multiple bug
reports, direct emails, etc. all went w/o reaction). Of course time and
resources are limited, so I fully understand and respect that the people behind
it (Scott Chacon in particular, who did an awesome job creating that site in
the first place) have other priorities.
* http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/ was last updated in May
2012. No hints on who maintains this and how to contact them. Attempts to
contact kernel.org webadmins to find out more were not answered either :-(.
Anybody know more?
* http://schacon.github.com/git/git-remote-helpers.html was lasted updated in
May 2011. I assume git-scm.com is supposed to replace it, though, as Scott
Chacon made git-scm.com. (In that case, a redirect to git-scm.com might be nice
*g* but of course is extra work)
* http://www.manpagez.com/man/1/git/ and http://man.he.net/man1/git at least
document on each page from which git version it is taken. Unfortunately, both
are stuck at the 1.7.x series.
* http://linux.die.net/man/1/git does not indicate the git version, but it
seems to be a 1.7.x, too
Anybody know an up-to-date alternative? Or do I have to setup my own? :-(.
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