On 19 Jul 2012, at 13:55, Jeff King wrote:
> I agree it would be much less confusing. However, one downside is that
> we do not keep reflogs on deleted branches (and nor did the commits in
> remote branches necessarily make it into the HEAD reflog). That makes
> "git fetch" a potentially destructive operation (you irrevocably lose
> the notion of which remote branches pointed where before the fetch, and
> you open up new commits to immediate pruning by "gc --auto".
If i understand correctly, existence of a reflog entry will not stop "gc" from
removing a commit, will it?
In this case, if a remote branch was rebased or reset, commits can be lost
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