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  • [ANNOUNCE] Git v2.25.0
    The latest feature release Git v2.25.0 is now available at the
    usual places.  It is comprised of 583 non-merge commits since
    v2.24.0, contributed by 84 people, 32 of which are new faces.
    
    The tarballs are found at:
    
        https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/
    
    The following public repositories all have a copy of the 'v2.25.0'
    tag and the 'master' branch that the tag points at:
    
      url = https://kernel.googlesource.com/pub/scm/git/git
      url = git://repo.or.cz/alt-git.git
      url = https://github.com/gitster/git
    
    New contributors whose contributions weren't in v2.24.0 are as follows.
    Welcome to the Git development community!
    
      Ben Keene, Colin Stolley, Dominic Jäger, Erik Chen, Hariom
      Verma, Heba Waly, James Coglan, James Shubin, Johannes Schindelin
      via GitGitGadget, Jonathan Gilbert, Josh Holland, Kazuhiro
      Kato, Łukasz Niemier, Manish Goregaokar, Matthew Rogers,
      Mihail Atanassov, Miriam Rubio, Nathan Stocks, Naveen Nathan,
      Nika Layzell, pan93412, Paul Menzel, Philippe Blain, Prarit
      Bhargava, r.burenkov, Ruud van Asseldonk, ryenus, Slavica
      Đukić, Thomas Menzel, Utsav Shah, Yi-Jyun Pan, and Zoli Szabó.
    
    Returning contributors who helped this release are as follows.
    Thanks for your continued support.
    
      Alban Gruin, Alessandro Menti, Alexander Shopov, Alexandr
      Miloslavskiy, Andreas Schwab, Andrei Rybak, brian m. carlson,
      Christopher Diaz Riveros, Daniel Ferreira, Denis Ovsienko,
      Denton Liu, Derrick Stolee, Dimitriy Ryazantcev, Đoàn Trần
      Công Danh, Ed Maste, Elia Pinto, Elijah Newren, Emily Shaffer,
      Eric Wong, Garima Singh, Hans Jerry Illikainen, Jean-Noël
      Avila, Jeff Hostetler, Jeff King, Jiang Xin, Johannes Berg,
      Johannes Schindelin, Johannes Sixt, Jonathan Nieder, Jonathan
      Tan, Jordi Mas, Junio C Hamano, Kevin Willford, Martin Ågren,
      Matthias Rüster, Mike Hommey, Peter Krefting, Philip Oakley,
      Phillip Wood, Pratyush Yadav, Ralf Thielow, René Scharfe, Robin
      H. Johnson, Rohit Ashiwal, SZEDER Gábor, Tanushree Tumane,
      Taylor Blau, Thomas Braun, Thomas Gummerer, Todd Zullinger,
      Trần Ngọc Quân, and William Baker.
    
  • Git v2.25.0

    Git 2.25 has been released. This blog post looks at "partial clone support" and "sparse checkouts" as these features mature. "A clone of a Git repository copies all of its data: every version of every file in the history.

  • Highlights from Git 2.25

    The open source Git project just released Git 2.25 with features and bug fixes from over 84 contributors, 32 of them new. Here’s our look at some of the most exciting features and changes introduced since Git 2.24.

  • Git 2.25 Released As Its First Update Of 2020

    Git 2.25 is out today with over 500 commits making up this latest feature release.

    The Git distributed revision control system is up to version 2.25 with a variety of changes. There aren't too many notable user-facing changes but a lot of churn internally:

    - The git multi-pack index functionality now can show progress indicators.

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