On Thu, Nov 08, 2012 at 02:26:40PM +0100, Carlos Martín Nieto wrote:
> > 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
Right. The key thing that changed in git v1.7 is that we started warning
about and denying an operation that had always been dangerous, and that
is why the referenced document mentions that version.
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