Am 09.10.2012 22:30, schrieb Johannes Sixt:
> Am 09.10.2012 08:46, schrieb Shawn Pearce:
>> As it turns out we don't really have this problem with git://. Clients
>> can bury a v2 request in the extended headers where the host line
>> appears today.
> I tried, but it seems that todays git-daemons are too strict and accept
> only \0host=foo\0, nothing else :-(
I take that back: Modern git-daemons accept "\0host=foo\0\0version=2\0",
as you said.
It looks like SSH is the only stubborn protocol.
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