On 05/22/13 14:11, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
To make it harder to accidentally do "git push" with a guilt patch
applied, "guilt push" changes branch from e.g. "master" to
"guilt/master" starting with commit 67d3af63f422.  This is a feature
which I use for ext4 development; I actually *do* want to be able to
push patches to the dev branch, which is a rewindable branch much like
git's "pu" branch.

Allow the use of the environment variable GUILT_FORCE_BARE_BRANCH
which disables the new behavior introduced by commit 67d3af63f422.

Signed-off-by: "Theodore Ts'o" <ty...@mit.edu>
Cc: Per Cederqvist <ced...@opera.com>

I just posted an alternative patch that solves the same issue.
I forgot to add in-reply-to headers, and did change the subject
to "Added guilt.reusebranch configuration option". Sorry if I've
caused any confusion.


  guilt | 17 +++++++++++++----
  1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/guilt b/guilt
index e9b2aab..35a84dc 100755
--- a/guilt
+++ b/guilt
@@ -914,13 +914,22 @@ else
        die "Unsupported operating system: $UNAME_S"

-if [ "$branch" = "$raw_git_branch" ] && [ -n "`get_top 2>/dev/null`" ]
-    # This is for compat with old repositories that still have a
-    # pushed patch without the new-style branch prefix.
+if [ -n "`get_top 2>/dev/null`" ]; then
+  #
+  # If we have repositories patches pushed, then use whatever scheme
+  # is currently in use
+  #
+  if [ "$branch" = "$raw_git_branch" ]; then
+  else
+    old_style_prefix=false
+  fi
+  if [ "$(git config --bool --get guilt.bareBranch)" = "true" ]; then
+    old_style_prefix=true
+  else
+  fi

  _main "$@"

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