Finish it... How do you tell what System Git is using? Also, is it through Windows or MinGW?

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git --version


Which system is it using ... MinGW (terminal shell) or Windows CMD? ... and what context do you type in git --version?  In the Terminal command line??

I have proved to myself that the Custom Commands in SourceTree uses the Windows CMD environment (on my Windows version).

Thanks for the quick reply!

Update:  Did this from both a CMD window and a terminal window .... got the same answer ... 

git version 2.8.3.windows.1  .... (but that still does not tell me which git.exe is being executed in SourceTree ... MinGW or Windows CMD).

 

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