Git 2.10 is released


September 3rd, 2016


Git has released version 2.10 and the new version now includes progress reporting for pushes, better signature validation, and more.

For those that like to customize their terminal colors, Git now understands italic and strikethrough attributes, hello Operator Mono. In addition, the %C(auto) placeholder has been fixed, color support now works out of the box on FreeBSD, and the default colors for HEAD decorations have been tweaked to increase visibility.

You can check out the full release notes on Github, and you can upgrade through the official Git site or through your package manager.

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