On 04.06.2014 18:16, Stepan Kasal wrote:

>> plan is to switch to mingwGitDevEnv for said release. No more msysGit.
>> Like, bu-bye. Thanks for all the fish.
> Interesting.
> With msysgit, there is the "net installer" - first time I installed
> msys/mingw sucessfully, it was as easy as Cygwin, perhaps even
> easier.

And with mingwGitDevEnv, there's the equivalent installer at [1].

> When I go to mingwGitDevEnv home page, I read about chickens, eggs,
> and upgrading Perl (which msysGit simply gives up, hinting that it is
> almost impossible).

I have absolutely no idea what chickens and eggs that would be. If you care to 
elaborate, please consider using the mingwGitDevEnv mailing list [2].

> PPS: from marketing point of view, mingwGitDevEnv is far from usable
> name.  Dscho, if you support the idea, would you mind franchising
> msysGit 2.0 for a decent amount?

Doh. Marketing. As if we would sell something. I still believe developers are 
more interested in getting things done no matter what the tools are called. At 
east they should be.

[2] http://groups.google.com/group/mingwGitDevEnv

Sebastian Schuberth
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