Use our new open source Trace2 receiver component and OpenTelemetry to capture and visualize telemetry from your Git commands.
Another new release of Git is here! Take a look at some of our highlights on what's new in Git 2.42.
GitHub switched to performing merges and rebases using merge-ort. Come behind the scenes to see why and how we made this change.
The open-source Git project just released Git 2.41. Take a look at our highlights on what’s new in Git 2.41.
A new set of Git releases were published to address a variety of security vulnerabilities. All users are encouraged to upgrade. Take a look at GitHub’s view of the latest round of releases.
The first Git release of the year is here! Take a look at some of our highlights on what's new in Git 2.40.
A look at what happened on January 30, what measures we’re putting in place to prevent surprises, and how we’ll handle future changes.
Git users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version, especially if they use `git apply` or `git clone` against untrusted patches or repositories.
Git users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version, especially if they use `git archive`, work in untrusted repositories, or use Git GUI on Windows.
Another new release of Git is here to end the year! Take a look at some of our highlights on what's new in Git 2.39.
Upgrade your local installation of Git, especially when cloning with --recurse-submodules from untrusted repositories, or if you use git shell interactive mode.
New to Git v2.38, Scalar is a built-in repository manager for large repos. Here, we’ll tell the story of how Scalar went from a rough VFS for Git successor to a fully-integrated Git tool, with all of the engineering lessons learned in the process.
Another new release of Git is here! Take a look at some of our highlights on what's new in Git 2.38.
A tour of recent work to re-engineer Git’s garbage collection process to scale to our largest and most active repositories.
This fifth and final part of our blog series exploring Git's internals shows several strategies for scaling your Git repositories that match related database sharding techniques.