Ted Zlatanov <t...@lifelogs.com> writes:
>> Below is current git message when a local config credential.helper has
>> an empty value. Please skip an empty value.
>> $ git push --force origin master
>> git: 'credential-' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
>> Did you mean this?
Why isn't "do not add empty string, or any random string that ends
up referring to a helper that you do not have" a solution?
>> Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
>> To https://u...@github.com/user/myrepo.git
>> + d23aa6a...3405990 master -> master (forced update)
> I would like that too (needed it today). Maybe the empty string (as
> suggested) or "none" could be acceptable.
Whatever you do, I do not think introducing a per-variable hack
helper = none ;# or "helper = clear"
helper = mine ;# this is the only thing I use
like that is a sane way to go. "Clear everything you saw so far"
would be useful for variables other than "credential.helper";
shouldn't it be done by adding a general syntax to the configuration
file format and teach the configuration parser to clear the
cumulative definitions so far?
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