this is mainly an extract out of my comment on Github but I’d like to move the conversation to here. Via the issue #12159 the complete previously introduced async Git API has been replaced against the formerly deprecated sync Git API (which has happened in the Atom 1.7 release). Does this mean that the new async Git API will be removed for the time being and it’s unclear if it will be shipped again in Atom 1.10?
This causes quite some troubles for me as I’ve already completely migrated the tree-view-git-status package onto the new async API as the old sync API didn’t work any longer. It was really a big effort to migrate to the async API and now I’ve to undo everything again? … just wondering why such breaking changes are not causing a major version bump of Atom …
It would be great if you could give me some advice if there will be in the Atom 1.10 release an async Git wrapper for the sync Git or if async Git will be part of the release again.
Wondering if I’m the only one facing this issue as a package author.