Am 18.02.2014 00:38, schrieb Johannes Schindelin:
> Dear Git fanbois,
> 
> this announcement informs you that the small team of volunteers who keep
> the Git ship afloat for the most prevalent desktop operating system
> managed to release yet another version of Git for Windows:
> 
> Git Release Notes (Git-1.9.0-preview20140217)
> Last update: 17 February 2013
> 
> Changes since Git-1.8.5.2-preview20131230
> 
> New Features
> - Comes with Git 1.9.0 plus Windows-specific patches.
> - Better work-arounds for Windows-specific path length limitations (pull
>   request #122)
> - Uses optimized TortoiseGitPLink when detected (msysGit pull request
>   #154)
> - Allow Windows users to use Linux Git on their files, using Vagrant
>   http://www.vagrantup.com/ (msysGit pull request #159)
> - InnoSetup 5.5.4 is now used to generate the installer (msysGit pull
>   request #167)
> 
> Bugfixes
> - Fixed regression with interactive password prompt for remotes using the
>   HTTPS protocol (issue #111)
> - We now work around Subversion servers printing non-ISO-8601-compliant
>   time stamps (pull request #126)
> - The installer no longer sets the HOME environment variable (msysGit pull
>   request #166)
> - Perl no longer creates empty sys$command files when no stdin is
>   connected (msysGit pull request #152)
> 
> Ciao,
> Johannes
> 

Thanks to all involved!


Stefan
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