Using Git for Windows
Native and full-featured set of Git SCM tools.
Git-for-Windows package provides a lot of msys tools,
useful for users used to Unix environment. So, anyone
may easily run
bash.exe prepared for Git environment.
git-cmd.exe --no-cd --command=usr/bin/bash.exe -l -i
When you start ConEmu first time, it will create a task
with similar contents.
Also, you may run in ConEmu tab
git-bash.exe, but this is not recommended,
because it runs
mintty.exe, which is another terminal, actually.
And of course, ConEmu can’t change behavior and appearance
of ChildGui applications.
Use proper sh.exe from version 2.x
NB Don’t run
/bin/sh.exe as your shell (root process)
in ConEmu tab! This is just a wrapper for ‘full version’ located in
folder. That’s why ConEmu will not be able to determine if your tab has running
process, or there is a shell only.
/usr/bin/sh.exe -l -i to get proper behavior of
tab closing confirmation
Colorizing fix for Solarized color scheme
Fix for Solarized color scheme.
git config --global color.diff.new "green bold" git config --global color.status.updated "green bold" git config --global color.branch.current "green bold"
Using Far Manager as editor (commit texts). I’m using
to simplify call of
git config --global core.editor "farrun -e1:1"
cygwin_exception in less.exe
When updated my git to
PortableGit-184.108.40.206-dev-preview-32-bit.7z.exe (obsolete build),
bumped into strange exception.
2 [main] less 3872 cygwin_exception::open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to less.exe.stackdump
The exception actually happens at
After some investigations found how to fix that.
The problem was in
TERM environment variable, it was set to
After removing that variable (clearing it) git’s less begins to work normally.