Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> is easier to understand, while I think
>       git branch <branch> [<start>]
>         git branch --set-upstream-to=<upstream> [<branch>]

Isn't one problem with this that even if a "--set-upstream-to" option
exists, inevitably some [and I'm guessing, many] people will not be
aware of it (after all, nobody reads documentation more than they have
to), and will attempt to use "--set-upstream" with an argument
(that's the natural thing to do, after all) -- which may succeed with
weird results ...?


One of the lessons of history is that nothing is often a good thing to
do, and always a clever thing to say.  -- Will Durant
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