Re: git on 64bit windows - state of the art?

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> I was hoping to use cygwin because I don't like the (understandable)
> limitations of the msysgit toolset (restricted set of available tools,
> invoking bat files is painful, symbolic links don't work the same way,
> etc)

There's a git bash with msysgit which is probably more limited than
cygwin's one but decent enough. About the tools you can install
something like or

To be honest most of the time I just use the *nix tools from the
windows command line, and jump into git bash for more advanced stuffs
when necessary.

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