On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 04:45:47PM -0400, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 10:30:36PM +0200, Per Cederqvist wrote:
> >  - Changed behavior: by default, guilt no longer changes branch when
> >    you push a patch.  You need to do "git config guilt.reusebranch
> >    false" to re-enable that.  This patch sets the default value of
> >    guilt.reusebranch to true; it should in my opinion change to false
> >    a year or two after the next release.
> We've been living with the "origin" -> "guilt/origin" branch change
> for a year already, and in fact, these days I've gotten used to the
> new behavior.  Is it really worth it to change the default?

So, at first I was skeptical about the branch name prefix change.  I've used
it for about a year now, and I love it.  When I first read Per's idea to
change the default to the old-style, I was a bit sad but I understand the

I'm open to either mode being the default since it's easy enough for me to
change it for me (thanks, ~/.gitconfig) but I think more people should
benefit from the added safety against accidental git-push.  (I also like
being able to use guilt/master..master to get only the commits I care
about.)  Thoughts?


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