Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes:
> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> host:foo/bar (take my "host" branch, push it to their "foo/bar"
>> branch) could be tricky, no? It could be trying to go over the ssh
>> to "host" and access repository at $HOME/foo/bar. The git_connect()
>> call may even succeed and you cannot use the failure as a hint to
>> Also the request may genuinely be to access foo/bar repository at
>> the host, but the network layer had trouble connecting temporarily
>> to the host. After disambiguating incorrectly to push to the
>> origin, mapping our host branch to their foo/bar branch, that push
>> might even succeed.
> Oh, ouch. I didn't think of that. What do you suggest we do? Go
> with Duy's simple '-' solution, or try some heuristics that may lead
> to confusing behavior in edge cases?
What is bad about saying "push origin ...the rest..."?
It is beyond me why people would want to invent unintuitive line
noise like '-' that others need to read the manual from cover to
cover to find and memorize for something small like this.
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