This blog post will show you how to install Git latest version on a Ubuntu Server 20.04 using an Ansible playbook.
Git is open-source software that tracks changes of files and also known as a distributed version control system. Git was released in 2005, and the latest version is 2.31 (April 2021).
The following playbook, will install Git using the apt get Ansible module.
--- - hosts: servers tasks: - name: Update repository apt_repository: repo: 'ppa:git-core/ppa' state: present - name: Install git apt: name: git state: present update_cache: yes
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