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Thank god, not me.
Following the second link in my previous message, you can see that my pull request has been approved and merged into the master branch of git-for-windows. So the version consistency fix will be integrated into the next release of Git for Windows (probably

You can follow Git for Windows releases here (version 2.24 is currently in Pre-release state) :
Quote from: Admin - Omar on September 14, 2019, 09:21:37 AM
What about now?
Still not working. Did you change something? Out of curiosity, how do you retrieve the latest git version number available to download?

Quote from: Justin Chalfant on July 08, 2019, 07:26:35 AM
You could also reach out to Git and ask them to fix the versioning to be a standard version in their next update.
I think you should not ask your users to fix the issues of your software. I can understand that you do not want to fix the hundreds of software supported by PatchMyPC but you could at least warn Git developers. How can they know about your issue if you do not tell them?

Anyway I did the work for you, I sent a mail, got redirected here:
And finally submitted a pull request:

With the Git installer I built locally, PatchMyPC now properly detects Git as up-to-date.
Bug is still present with 2.23.0.