On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 03:17:06AM -0400, Jeff King wrote:
> I think that makes sense. Would you also want to suppress the probe
> request in that case? It serves the same purpose, but would cause you to
> do an extra auth for no reason (which potentially means user input,
> which is annoying).

I actually need the probe request to determine what authentication is
available, since it isn't guaranteed that the info/refs request requires
authentication (in my case, it doesn't).

> Also, if I recall your original complaint correctly, the "Expect"
> handling was only half of the problem. Wasn't there also an issue where
> git prompts for a password, even though GSS-Negotiate doesn't use it? Do
> you have a plan for that?

It only does that if it fails.  I do plan to fix that, although
potentially in a separate patch.  It's really very minor, though silly
to have it prompt when that's not ever going to be useful.

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