Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes:

> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> Is there a reason why "quux" is better than another randomly chosen
>> string "$(pwd)/one"?
> "$(pwd)/one" is not randomly chosen: that configuration will work with
> push/pull, and is therefore misleading.

But isn't the "URL:" field in remotes file meant to be usable with
push and pull?  Why is it misleading to put a value that is more
plausible (I believe "'one' in the current directory" is another
repository and the intent is that the old .git/remotes/origin setup
lets you fetch from and push to that repository) there?

I do not think you are creating a quux repository to be pushed into
and fetched from with this change. Placing 'quux' in the "URL:" field
feels a lot more misleading to me.  What am I missing?
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