Stefan Beller <> writes:

> For now the ignore_env bit lives in the repository, as that helps
> when working with submodules, when reading its comments.
> Unfortunately 359efeffc1 (repository: introduce the repository
> object, 2017-06-22) did not reason about the existence of the ignore_env
> flag in its commit message.
>> So from that point of view, it may not matter where the "bit" lives,
>> among repository, object-store, or ref-store.
> It matters on the scale of confusing the developer?

What I meant is that from the point of view, having the bit in the
data (not on the invocation) is confusing no matter which data
structure holds it--they are equally bad.

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