Matthieu Moy <matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr> writes:
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
>> You are in favor of an _option_ to allow people to forbid a pull in
>> a non-ff situation, and I think other people are also in
> Yes. Having an option can't harm anybody, and there's a clear demand for
>> So perhaps:
>> - drop jc/pull-training-wheel and revert its merge from 'next';
>> - update Felipe's series with a bit of tweak to make it less
>> impactful by demoting error into warning and advice.
>> would be a good way forward?
> I didn't follow very closely the discussions and patch series, but that
> would sound right to me. The last version of Felipes' patch series
> already gives a warning only, but the wording and commit message implies
> that this will become an error in the future (this is the part with
> which I disagree).
OK, the first step to drop jc/pull-training-wheel from 'next' has
been done. I _think_ the one that starts at $gmane/234295 is the
newer incarnation of the patches in this thread, but that seems to
do a lot more than what the patches in this thread did, and it also
badly interacts with another topic in flight that updates git-pull,
so I have a topic branch for it but haven't merged to 'pu' yet.
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