Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> +test_expect_success 'use refspec' '
> + git fast-export --refspec refs/heads/master:refs/heads/foobar master | \
> + grep "^commit " | sort | uniq > actual &&
You do not need backslash after the pipe symbol at the end of line;
the shell knows you haven't finished speaking at that point.
The usual "pipe hides the error status of upstream commands" applies
here. The command may die after writing enough to fill the pipe
buffer and showing the lines that begin with "commit".
Also it makes it harder to debug the test when something goes wrong.
By the way, don't you find that something does not feel quite right
with this command line?
git fast-export --refspec=refs/heads/master:refs/heads/foobar master
Why do we even have to say "master" at the end, when the other
option makes it clear that we are shipping "master" out?
Without thinking ramifications through, my gut feeling is that it
would feel more natural if we took:
git fast-export master:foobar
to mean the same thing (which is what happens to the users of "git
push"). Is there a case where you have some ref on the left hand
side of the --refspec but you do not push out the history leading to
With such an update, this part of the test would of course look
git fast-export master:foobar >actual.dump &&
grep "^commit " actual.dump |
sort -u >actual &&
and we do not need a new option. Just a new extension to express
what gets pushed out.
But of course I may be missing some cases why there need to be a
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