What's new in the Git Client

This topic lists the updates to the Git Client by version.

Version 2.3.2

Git Client 2.3.2 introduces the following enhancements:

  • Support for Windows 10 native smart card authentication.

  • Git Credential Manager Core (GSM Core) support.

  • Support for renaming the default branch from master.

  • Defect fixes.

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The authentication methods for specifying CAC have changed to make them easier to use with HTTP and HTTPS. For details, see Git Client command-line format.

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Version 2.3.1

Git Client 2.3.1 adds these new features:

  • Support for Git 2.26.

  • Preserves file permissions on Linux for push, clone, pull, and fetch.

  • Minor defect fixes.

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Version 2.3

Git Client 2.3 adds these new features:

  • The fetch command now supports these options: --depth, --deepen, --shallow-since, --unshallow.

    Note: Not supported by the pull command.

  • Support for Common Access Card (CAC) on Linux.

  • Topic streams owned by users are automatically cloned.
  • List local Git branches and the Dimensions CM streams they map to.

  • By default, newly pushed branches are topic streams.
  • Specify the topic requests to use when pushing branches.
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Version 2.2

Git Client 2.2 adds these new features:

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See also: