>>> "FC" == Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Tue, Apr 18, 2023 at 1:03 AM Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> wrote:
>> > On Mon, Apr 17, 2023 at 3:05 PM Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> wrote:
>> >      git push hg-remote 
>> > remotes/origin/modernize:refs/heads/branches/modernize
>> Does not push the git branch modernize to the named branch modernize, sorry

> It does here.

>   (
>   git init git-repo
>   cd git-repo
>   echo one > content
>   git add content
>   git commit -m 'one'
>   )

>   hg init hg-repo

>   (
>   git clone git-repo proxy-repo
>   cd proxy-repo
>   git remote add -f hg-repo hg::../hg-repo
>   git push hg-repo remotes/origin/master:refs/heads/branches/master
>   )

>   hg -R hg-repo log

>   changeset:   0:c8ae0e6c7f3e
>   branch:      master
>   tag:         tip
>   user:        Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com>
>   date:        Tue Apr 18 02:08:35 2023 -0600
>   summary:     one

I am not arguing with this, what seems not to work is this:

git clone g...@gitlab.com:kalthad/matlab-emacs-default.git
mkdir mercurial-matlab-emacs-default
cd mercurial-matlab-emacs-default
hg init
cd ../matlab-emacs-default
git remote add hg-remote hg::../mercurial-matlab-emacs-default/
git config remote.hg-remote.push 'refs/heads/*:refs/heads/branches/*'
git push hg-remote default

git push hg-remote remotes/origin/strings:refs/heads/branches/strings


git push hg-remote remotes/origin/modernize:refs/heads/branches/modernize

But cd mercurial-matlab-emacs-default

hg branches

default                      671:8d1e8723a028
documentation                452:2d98916caa6a (inactive)

Before proceeding, the question is, is something wrong with this

Because instead of  running 

git push hg-remote remotes/origin/strings:refs/heads/branches/strings

I do 

 git checkout strings

 git push hg-remote strings:branches/strings

Then that does not work neither. Ok something is wrong with that
repository. I have to check this first, before proceeding. Thanks for
your patience.

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