Git 2.24 has been released. This blog post covers the highlights of this release, beginning with feature macros. "Usually, configuring some behavior requires only a single configuration change, like enabling or disabling any of the aforementioned values. But what about when it doesn’t? What do you do when you don’t know which configuration values to change? For example, let’s say you want to live on the bleeding-edge of the latest from upstream Git, but don’t have a chance to discover all the new configurable options. In Git 2.24, you can now opt into feature macros—one Git configuration that implies many others. These are hand-selected by the developers of Git, and they let you opt into a certain feature or adopt a handful of settings based on the characteristics of your repository."