"Philip Oakley" <philipoak...@iee.org> writes:
> These look to work OK. Not sure If I've properly covered all the
> A nice feature is that ls-remote will find the fake ref !
> $ git ls-remote /c/gitBundleTest1/RepoHEADnomaster.bundle Test:HEAD
> 41ccb18028d1cb6516251e94cef1cd5cb3f0bcb5 refs/heads/Test:HEAD
> It's only the clone that barfs (so far) (which could be 'fixed').
You cannot 'fix' the ones deployed in the wild, but I think saying
"funny ref" and not aborting is a good compromise. The updated
documentation for bundle can mention that error message and explain
that the older version of "clone" will say that in what situation.
I didn't notice it the first time, but I think the above would read
better and match what has been discussed on the on-the-wire format
to swap the order, i.e. use "HEAD:refs/heads/Test" to mean "HEAD is
a symref that points at the Test branch".
> Obviously, if it can be made to work, one check would be that the two
> refs (HEAD and refs/heads/wherever) point to the came commit before
> generating the HEAD symref.
Yes, that is a sensible check.
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