Magit 2.13 released

Collecting frequent-committer miles
I am excited to announce the release of Magit version 2.13, consisting
of 166 commits since the last feature release two month ago. The
release notes can be found here.

Magit is a text-based Git user interface that puts an unmatched focus
on streamlining workflows. Commands are invoked using short mnemonic
key sequences that take the cursor’s position in the highly actionable
interface into account to provide context-sensitive behavior.

With Magit you can do nearly everything that you can do when using Git
on the command-line, but at greater speed and while taking advantage
of advanced features that previously seemed too daunting to use on a
daily basis. Many users will find that by using Magit they can become
more effective Git user.

For more information about Magit, see
and these blog posts.

As announced earlier older Emacs and Git versions won’t be supported
much longer. This is the last Magit release to support Emacs 24.4

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