Chris Rorvick <> writes:

> On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 2:23 PM, Junio C Hamano <> wrote:
> Yeah, this was one of a few stupid mistakes.  Previously I used
> 'forwardable' throughout, but that is awkward except in the last
> commit since until then everything is allowed to fast-forward and the
> flag is only used to output tag-specific advice.  But inverting the
> meaning of the flag is dumb, and I didn't even do it right.
> But, as I think you're suggesting, it probably makes more sense to use
> a flag that prevents fast-forwarding when set.  So maybe
> "not_forwardable", or "is_a_tag" => "not_forwardable" if you think the
> renaming is a good idea.

Yeah, calling it not-forwardable from the beginning would be a
sensible approach, I would think.

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