Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 11:05:39PM -0700, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
>> > Cloning into 'new-baz'...
>> > ssh: Could not resolve hostname /tmp/foo: Success
>> > fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
>> Here's a toy patch. I haven't thought carefully about whether it's a
>> good idea, but maybe it can be useful for thinking about that.
>> Still needs documentation and tests.
>> My main worry is that the proposed rule for when an argument is
>> treated as a local path is hard to explain. There's some precedent in
>> handling of bundles, though. What do you think?
> I think the rule could be something like:
> 1. If it looks like a URL ("^scheme://"), it is.
> 2. Otherwise, if it is a path in the filesystem, it is.
> 3. Otherwise, if it has a colon, it's host:path
> 4. Otherwise, barf.
> where the interesting bit is the ordering of 2 and 3. It seems like
> "git clone" follows the order above with get_repo_path. But we do not
> seem to follow it in git_connect, where we prefer 3 over 2.
At least for a string whose "host" part does not have any slash,
switching the rules 2 and 3 in git_connect() would be a regression,
no? "frotz:/srv/git/git.git" has been the way to talk to host frotz
for a long time, and if you want to talk to a local directory that
is a subdirectory of "frotz:/" directory you have in your $cwd, you
can disambiguate by saying "./frotz:/srv/git/git.git" or something.
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