> From: Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com>
> 
> Repos (or branches) without history are funny places where a lot of 
> operations make less or more sense. The place to address this is the Git 
> developer mailing list, but the use-case does sound a bit, well, pointless. 

It's true that it's not very important, but the oddity of the
situation is that while the repo is created in the state "an empty
repository, the first commit will create the branch master", you
cannot change the state to "an empty repository, the first commit will
create the branch xyz".

Dale

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