Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> writes:
> On 02/06/2013 08:17 PM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Yes, the first three patches sound much more reasonable if this is the
> I think that a more useful interim solution would be to make it easy to
> have two URLs accessing a single git repository, with different levels
> of reference visibility applied to each.
I think you said "more reasonable" without understanding what you
are saying is "more reasonable", then. The mechanism is about
server side wanting to use refs to protect its own metadata from gc
without having to expose them; there is no "different levels".
> GIT_CONFIG=config-with-hidden-refs git upload-pack ...
> git -c transfer.hiderefs=refs/pull upload-pack ...
> But this is a bit awkward ...
It is awkward to use hammer to drive screws in wood, too. You want
to use a screwdriver. The first three patches are to drive a nail
with hammer, OK? Screws you keep bringing up is to be handled by
delayed ref advertisement.
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