|Re: GIT Versions supported [message #1835263 is a reply to message #1835190]
||Sat, 28 November 2020 15:36
| Thomas Wolf
Registered: August 2016
We don't make any recommendations on that. It depends on your documentation requirements, on how your software uses JGit, and on the versions of JGit and C git that you want to compare.|
JGit can clone/fetch/push/pull to/from any git server, and git clones can be manipulated with JGit and C git. JGit's implementation of repository manipulations and of the protocol for fetching or pushing conforms to what C git defines.
As Matthias mentioned above, JGit does not implement all of the features C git provides. Some advanced features are missing. There may be differences in HTTP or SSH communication due to different libraries being used.
On Windows, there may be differences with "symbolic links", and you should use core.filemode=false with JGit as there is no support for the executable bit on Windows.
[Updated on: Sat, 28 November 2020 22:30]
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