On Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 1:06 AM, Gergely Polonkai <gerg...@polonkai.eu>

> It is quite rare to see someone doing such operations on the bare
> repository. Instead, you should do the fetch+merge (aka pull) or
> fetch+rebase on your local repo (non-bare), and push it back to the bare
> repository.
> Some personal note: I have tons of repositories on my home machine, all of
> which have a bare counterpart on a network drive. I don't remember touching
> the bare repos directly in the last few years. It is simply unnecessary.
​Gee, I do exactly the same thing. I'm actually using git a bit like a
selective backup & restore utility. And also to share some code between my
home and work (home machine is Internet accessible, but highly

> Best,
> Gergely

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