On Monday 08 August 2005 12:36, Johannes Schindelin wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Aug 2005, Josef Weidendorfer wrote:
> > Your example defaults to the master head.
> My point being that I still can say
> git pull x some_non_default_head
> with a file "x" in .git/branches.
Is this currently possible?
My understanding of .git/branches was that Cogito uses this as mapping of
remote branches/heads to local branches/refs, and not to store shortcuts for
remote git repositories.
IMHO, the above usage is a kind of "type mismatch", as the "x" already
contains the branch.
But perhaps for git it is enough to only have a directory of shortcuts for
remote repositories, to be found in .git/remotes?
And cogito can use its own subdirectory for remote/local head mappings. This
mapping even could use the shortcuts from .git/remotes.
> Anyway, I don't care much either way, if
> it be "remotes/" or "remoterefs/" or
> "magic_mapping_for_remote_repositories/" or even "repositories/".
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