This update does not actually fix #1591906, which is against EPEL.


It broke git, see #1582555. Briefly, in a git repo,

git commit -m 1
git repack
git log --format="%s"

prints "1 U" instead of "1". Various other garbage after correct log entries can be seen as well.

It may be going to removed from Extras, but this has not happened yet. Until then, having an update in EPEL is against the EPEL policy:

RHEL 7 Extras now has 0.9.1-3.el7, so a newer version should not appear in EPEL. (Moreover, this commit adds an unresolved conflict marker to the spec file.)