> If that's the case, I don't think it should throw a warning even just skip 
> them.

Removing the warning seems fine to me.

> Then, in the actual export if some of these objects are referenced the
> export would fail anyway (but they won't).

Of course it will fail to export anything that requires the missing object.
As they are unreachable, it will be hard to provide a ref that needs
it anyway.

On the other hand, I'm afraid that your file
'.git/hg/<remote>/marks-hg' needs consistent references to mark.
If a mark is removed, and then replaced by another object, can it
break somehow git-remote-hg ? If not, I can provide a simpler patch.
If it does, it will be more complicated.

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