On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 3:34 AM, William Swanson <swanson...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I started working on something like this a few weeks ago, but
> eventually came to the conclusion that this information does not
> belong in the commit graph itself.
> A better approach, I think, would be to enhance the reflogs to the
> point where they can provide this information in a reliable manner.

Is there a way to push/pull reflogs among different repositories?

In my original scenario:

1. the commits are created on a developer machine
2. pushed to a central origin repository running Gitweb
3. the branch is rebased on the developer machine
4. the branch is push --force'd to the origin

Later, git push tells me:

    warning: There are too many unreachable loose objects; run 'git
prune' to remove them.

or I want to delete old topic branch HEADs to improve performance.

But I never want to let Git delete the underlying commit objects since
there could be Gitweb links pointing at them.

Matt McClure
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