Matthieu Moy <> writes:

> Junio C Hamano <> writes:
>> After I re-read the one, I found that "override" somewhat a strange
>> expression.  There is nothing that overrides or to be overriden.
> Right, I actually meant "overwrite".
>> How about putting it like this?
> I'm not sure "push out refs other than the current branch" is strong
> enough. Once you are used to "push = fast-forward = can't loose data",
> "push out a ref" is not very scary.
> I'd do s/push out/overwrite/, but I'm fine with your version too.

OK, I agree that it makes sense to do that substitution.
Will queue.
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