From: David Cherian 
  To: git-users@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Monday, April 29, 2013 5:50 PM
  Subject: [git-users] How to prevent pulls from wrong repository


  I have several tool repositories using git, and have several users who can 
develop on several of these tool repos.  What I would like to do is have a way 
of preventing users from accidentally pulling the wrong repo into the repo they 
are working on.  


  Does git have a mechanism to do this?  Has anyone else encountered this issue?


  In Bitkeeper, you could create a repo with a unique ID, and Bitkeeper 
inherently would check the Repo ID and would prevent a pull from happening if 
the repo id did not match.  


  I am startled with the fact that I can pull two completely different repos 
into each other.
Are these repos all based on the same common start point, or are they totally 
independent, and so have separate commit graphs?

Git does allow many 'run with scissors' capabilities, especially if it doesn't 
cause any data loss (usually it means you get extra data)

Philip

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