On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 4:07 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 12:32:50PM -0400, Jeff Mitchell wrote:
>> For commit corruptions, the --no-hardlinks, non --mirror case refused
>> to create the new repository and exited with an error code of 128. The
>> --no-hardlinks, --mirror case spewed errors to the console, yet
>> *still* created the new clone *and* returned an error code of zero.
> I wasn't able to reproduce this; can you post a succint test case?
This actually seems hard to reproduce. I found this during testing
with an existing repository on-disk, but when I tried creating a new
repository with some commit objects, and modifying one of the commit
objects the same way I modified the an object in the previous
repository, I was unable to reproduce it.
I do have the original repository though, so I'll tar.gz it up so that
you can have exactly the same content as I do. It's about 40MB and you
can grab it here:
Once you extract that, you should be able to run a clone using paths
(not file://) with --no-hardlinks --mirror and replicate the behavior
I saw. FYI, I'm on Git 1.8.2.
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