On Thu, 20 Feb 2014 12:06:17, Michael Haggerty wrote:
>On 02/19/2014 11:58 PM, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
>> Looking at it from one more angle, `git fetch r --tags` and
>> `git push r --tags` is now no longer symmetric :(
>I'm glad you brought this up, because I didn't really think about
>whether "git push" would need changes parallel to those in "git fetch".
>I use "git push" in very conservative ways, so I don't know its ins and
>outs. What scenarios do you find asymmetric? Were they more symmetric
`git push r --tags` pushes only tags, and `git fetch r --tags` only
Starting from 1.9.0, `git fetch r --tags`, according to the release
summary, changed to "tags and other things".
That's the asymmetric change I find. It is, as you say,
undesirable to have `git push r --tags` push more than tags, which
is why I am objecting (acknowledging it's after-the-fact) that
the change to git-fetch was so-so.
A new option `git fetch r --only-tags` could remedy the
hard-to-remember syntax `git fetch r "refs/tags/*:refs/tags/*"`,
though it would not fix the asymmetry.
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