Am 7/3/2013 21:53, schrieb Junio C Hamano:
> Johannes Sixt <> writes:
>> I don't think that is necessary. We already have *two* options to
>> force-push a ref: the + in front of refspec, and --force.
> They mean exactly the same thing; the only difference being that "+"
> prefix is per target ref, while "--force" covers everything, acting
> as a mere short-hand to add "+" to everything you push.

I know, and I'm saying that we do not have to keep this duplicity.

> If the "--lockref/--update-only-if-ref-is-still-there" option
> defeats "--force", it should defeat "+src:dst" exactly the same way.

This logic is backwards. If anything, then "--force" must defeat the
safety that "--lockref" gives.

-- Hannes
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