On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 06:52:51PM +0530, Ramkumar Ramachandra wrote:

> Jeff King wrote:
> >   git push --remote=host:some/path
> >
> > if we are willing to break the existing syntax. Though your proposal
> > does have the benefit of breaking only one particular syntax which is
> > (I'm guessing) less frequently used. But we'd still need the usual
> > deprecation period, I think.
> Why?  'git push host:some/path' should treat host:some/path as a
> destination and not a refspec.  If the user meant refspec, she should
> do 'git push -- host:some/path' instead.

You snipped the part of Jonathan's message I quoted; I was responding
specifically to making "git push host:some/path" an error.  I do not
think that is a good idea, and doing so would require a deprecation

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