Hi, judging from the documentation I got the impression that I can pass any git object has to "git note -C <hash>" and it would stored as-is. But it seems the objects gets mangled somehow...
(I want to attach a commit object as a note, to reference the history of a feature before the final cleanup rebase. For that I turn the reflog into a series of commits, and the final commit is the one I want to store there.) $ mkdir foo $ cd foo/ $ echo foo > a $ git init Initialisierte leeres Git-Repository in /tmp/foo/.git/ $ git add a $ git commit -m 'A commit' [master (Basis-Commit) 3d7de37] A commit 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+) create mode 100644 a $ echo foo2 > a $ git commit -m 'A commit 2' -a [master e1bfac4] A commit 2 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) $ git notes --ref history add -C 3d7de37 e1bfac4 $ git ls-tree notes/history 100644 blob 5b73d5152e6207e3a2b67e57ca3a2cb94d12061e e1bfac434ebd3135a3784f6fc802f235098eebd0 I was expecting 3d7de37 to be referenced here. Is that a bug, or is storing commits as notes not supported? Thanks, Joachim -- Joachim “nomeata” Breitner m...@joachim-breitner.de • http://www.joachim-breitner.de/ Jabber: nome...@joachim-breitner.de • GPG-Key: 0x4743206C Debian Developer: nome...@debian.org
Description: This is a digitally signed message part