On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 07:12:11PM -0400, Jeff King wrote:
> If that is what you want to prevent, I do not think checking for a named
> remote is sufficient. You can also be pushing to a branch on a named
> remote that is not part of your fetch refspec, in which case you do not
> have a tracking branch. I.e.:
> git clone $URL repo.git
> cd repo.git
> git push --set-upstream HEAD:refs/foo/whatever
> For that matter, I wonder what "--set-upstream" would do if used with
> "refs/tags/foo". You would not do that in general, but what about:
> git push --set-upstream master:master master:v1.0
> I didn't test.
Ah, nevermind. We already catch the case of non-heads (on both the local
and remote sides) and abort.
So that makes me more confident that your change is a reasonable one; we
are already disallowing a subset of what's possible via "--set-upstream"
in the name of preventing weird accidental configurations. This is just
fixing another such loophole.
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