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 https://github.com/bmatzelle/gow/wiki or
http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net.

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.

Philippe
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