Coder Coder5000 <> writes:
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> --- a/builtin/push.c
> +++ b/builtin/push.c
> @@ -174,6 +174,15 @@ N_("push.default is unset; its implicit value is
> changing in\n"
>     "\n"
>     "  git config --global push.default simple\n"
>     "\n"
> +   "When push.default is set to matching git will push all local branches\n"
> +   "to the remote branches with the same (matching) name.  This will no\n"
> +   "longer be the default in Git 2.0 because a branch could be\n"
> +   "unintentionally pushed to a remote.\n"
> +   "\n"
> +   "In Git 2.0 the new push.default of simple will push only the current\n"
> +   "branch to the same remote branch used by git pull.   A push will\n"
> +   "only succeed if the remote and local branches have the same name.\n"
> +   "\n"

It is becoming a monster-warning, but I think this is a good change.
People who still see the warning are those who did not upgrade for a
while (and therefore probably the ones needing the most explanation).
And it's meant to be a one-time warning anyway.

Judging by the question asked on stackoverflow
and its popularity, telling the users to read the docs did not work very


Matthieu Moy
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