On 01/09/2013 04:46 PM, Alexander Gallego wrote:
> Here is a pastebin where I've reproduced the steps on a clean git repo.
> Brief description of the problem:
> 1.Basically one creates a local branch call it 'imp_fix' (branch off
> master --> this doesn't matter)
> 2.One does work, commit, etc
> 3.One rebases imp_fix with master via: (inside imp_fix) git rebase master
> 4.One checks out master via: git checkout master
> 5.One merges an incorrect name "imp_Fix" (notice the capital F)
> 6.The expected output is that git would say, silly you --> that branch
> does not exist.
> 7. Instead it merges (what I think is incorrectly) imp_fix.
> Kindly let me know if I can provide more details.
Are you using Mac OSX?
Are you using the HFS+ filesystem shipped with it?
Did you use the filesystem's default settings rather than reinstall your
system with sensible settings?
If you said "yes" to all of the above, this is a filesystem "feature",
courtesy of (cr)Apple, and you're screwed.
You can work around it by running "git pack-refs" every time you create
a branch or a tag though.
Andreas Ericsson andreas.erics...@op5.se
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