Mihamina Rakotomandimby <miham...@rktmb.org> writes:

> Hi all,
> We're on the way to have our first project using Git.
> We're currently mostly using Hg (90%) & SVN (10%).
> When experimenting in order to train some colleagues, I saw that If I
> clone a repository, I couldn't push to it because it was a non-bare
> one.
> Searchin for some explanations, I found this ressource:
> http://www.bitflop.com/document/111
> It's told to be reliable information for Git < v1.7.
> What would be different for Git > 1.7 so that I could be up to date
> with the facts?

Bare vs. non-bare hasn't changed. The reasoning behind the two types
hasn't changed and is pretty fundamental. There is no reason for it to

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