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Upgrade to git 2.5.0 on Ubuntu

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Running an Ubuntu 12.04 on a 2008 laptop (which I should change, but didn’t find a decent replacement yet) means that sometimes I’m not getting the latest software available by default.
For example, I just figure out that my git version was 1.9.1, while the latest available, ATOW, is 2.5.0, so I have decided to upgrade.

Conveniently there is a ppa that provides the latest and the greatest version of git for Ubuntu. Enable it and you will have the latest git running on your system:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install git

Check you have the latest

$ git --version
git version 2.5.0

Now the big question: Is upgrading really necessary? I do not really know. However being a person that creates software, I can tell you that running the most up-to-date system and software is, in most cases, a good idea.

Neuronvisio 0.5.2 released

There is a new release of Neuronvisio out there, version 0.5.2. Given the fact that our userbase is growing, I have tried to repackage it properly to make it easy to install, and to build the doc on the site.

It should be installable using pip (at least it works on my tests)..

Of course the code is always on github repo.

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