Lewis Diamond <g...@lewisdiamond.com> writes:
> 'git fetch foo develop' would result in:
> fatal: Couldn't find remote ref test2 //Not OK, (case 1)
I have no idea where the "test2" comes from, as it does not appear
anywhere in the above write-up, and it could be a bug.
> 'git fetch foo master' would result in (FETCH_HEAD omitted):
> [new ref] refs/heads/master -> foo/master //OK, but missing another
> ref! (case 2)
> //It should also fetch refs/users/bob/heads/master -> foo/bob/master
This is an incorrect expectation.
The user who gave the command line said only "master", and did not
want to grab "users/bob/heads/master". If the user wanted to get it
as well, the command line would have said so, e.g.
git fetch there master users/bob/heads/master
> If you remove this configuration line: fetch =
> Then you run 'git fetch foo master', this would result in:
> * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD //Debatable whether this is OK or not,
> but it's definitely missing bob's master! (case 3)
The 'master' short-hand is designed not to match refs/users/any/thing.
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