Jeff King <> writes:

>> It may even make sense to have "git push" honor it, excluding them
>> from "git push --mirror" (or "git push --all" if some of the
>> branches are hidden); I haven't thought things through, though.
> That is harder, as that is something that happens on the client. How
> does the client learn about the transfer.hiderefs setting on the remote?

No, I was talking about running "git push" from a repository that
has the transfer.hiderefs set, emulating a fetch from a client by
pushing out in the reverse direction.
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