I want to replace the nvie git-flow scripts embedded in SourceTree for windows, and use instead the AVH edition fork (https://github.com/petervanderdoes/gitflow).
I know that you made changes to the original nvie code in the past, but I wonder if they are still required in the current win version.
If not, can u consider porting the option to use system git flow instead of embedded from mac version?
In the meantime, is it possible to manually replace the embedded git flow with another one?
Note: the AVH fork has diverged from nvie a lot, and the scripts are very different. So no backporting of custom nvie patches is possible, I suspect..
PS: I suggest to Atlassian guys to consider replacing nvie git flow with AVH as their embedded version. The AVH edition is growing faster, and bugs are resolved more quickly. Take for example this pull request that's waiting for 8 months, and that's already resolved in AVH edition: https://github.com/nvie/gitflow/pull/325(this is one of the reasons of my switch)
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