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#git-bash Portal

Git Bash is a Windows command-⁠line shell that is packaged with Git for Windows. It uses Minimal SYStem 2 (MSYS2) and Minimalist GNU for Windows (MinGW) to emulate the bash shell that is familiar to nix-⁠nux users. It’s sometimes called “MSYS bash” or “bash on MSYS.”

Git Bash is entirely different from the Linux git and Linux bash that are part of WSL (Windows' Subsystem for Linux).
 
 
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Git Bash News

Ongoing  According to Repology, the latest packaged Git for Windows is version [displayed at this link]. To keep up with releases of Git for Windows, which includes Git Bash and the Mintty terminal emulator, see github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases, groups.google.com/g/git-for-windows, or @GitForWindows@twitter.com

 
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Links flagged with a star (🌟) are regularly updated and are listed on the #zeitgeist Portal. For example, some blogs, discussion groups, news sites, and social networking sites are starred.

 

Chat Room on Gitter

If you see “OPEN CHAT” in the lower right corner of this page, you can click it to see the gitter.im/msys2/msys2 chat room embedded here.

Timelines on Twitter

The tweets in this section are from Twitter lists I created and might be related to #git-bash.

 

@nm’s git-bash list

To view this list on Twitter, go to twitter.com/nm/lists/git-bash-16047.

To view this list on a JavaScript-⁠free and ad-⁠free Nitter instance, go to either twitter.censors.us/nm/lists/git-bash-16047 or nitter.slipfox.xyz/nm/lists/git-bash-16047.

To view this Twitter list embedded here, click this sentence.

 

@nm’s nix-nux list

To view this list on Twitter, go to twitter.com/nm/lists/nix-nux.

To view this list on a JavaScript-⁠free and ad-⁠free Nitter instance, go to either nitter.kylrth.com/nm/lists/nix-nux or nitter.ir/nm/lists/nix-nux.

To view this Twitter list embedded here, click this sentence.

 

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