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== SSH ==
 
== SSH ==
  
The Apache MINA sshd client that is used by default now supports the [https://man.openbsd.org/ssh_config#ProxyJump ProxyJump] directive in the SSH configuration file <tt>~/ssh/config</tt>. This is useful to access git repositories behind a bastion server or jump host. The configuration must be done in the <tt>~/ssh/config</tt> SSH configuration file; there is no UI for this.
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The Apache MINA sshd client that is used by default now supports the [https://man.openbsd.org/ssh_config#ProxyJump ProxyJump] directive in the SSH configuration file <tt>~/.ssh/config</tt>. This is useful to access git repositories behind a bastion server or jump host. The configuration must be done in the <tt>~/.ssh/config</tt> SSH configuration file; there is no UI for this.
  
 
== Other Changes ==
 
== Other Changes ==
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= Contributors =
 
= Contributors =
  
The following X developers worked on this release:
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The following 4 developers worked on this release:
  
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Chenhui Xu,
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Matthias Sohn,
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Michael Keppler,
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Thomas Wolf
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= See Also =
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See also the [[JGit/New_and_Noteworthy/5.10|new features in JGit]] for additional information.

Latest revision as of 09:54, 8 December 2020

EGit

SSH

The Apache MINA sshd client that is used by default now supports the ProxyJump directive in the SSH configuration file ~/.ssh/config. This is useful to access git repositories behind a bastion server or jump host. The configuration must be done in the ~/.ssh/config SSH configuration file; there is no UI for this.

Other Changes

EGit 5.10 includes some less noticeable improvements in the UI, plus a number of bug fixes. The complete list of new features and bug fixes is available in the release notes.

Contributors

The following 4 developers worked on this release:

Chenhui Xu, Matthias Sohn, Michael Keppler, Thomas Wolf

See Also

See also the new features in JGit for additional information.

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