On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 6:53 PM, Ramkumar Ramachandra
<artag...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> git push . foo:bar
> A URL may be a path to a git repository, and '.' is a valid path.
> Currently, 'git push .' seems to push to the current repository (what
> does that even mean?).  For something truly unambiguous, we'll have to
> use a character that's disallowed in URLs and isn't interpreted by the
> shell- I can't seem to think of one.  Otherwise, we'll have to
> fallback to using heuristics anyway.

Yeah that was a stupid suggestion. There's also "-". Right now git
push accepts it as a remote name, but I think in general "-" alone has
always had a special meaning in UNIX world. We could put a new meaning
to it (literal "-" directory can be specified with "./-"). Not totally
sure if "-" is allowed in refspec though.
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