David Turner <dturner <at> twopensource.com> writes:
> $ cd [some existing git repo]
> $ git git foo
> WARNING: You called a Git command named 'git', which does not exist.
> Continuing under the assumption that you meant 'init'
> in 0.1 seconds automatically...
> fatal: internal error: work tree has already been set
> Current worktree: /home/dturner/git
> New worktree: /home/dturner/git/foo
> (I am extremely unlikely to fix this bug myself, since it only arises in
> very rare circumstances).
You have help.autocorrect enabled. Then this is expected behaviour (it
doesn't seem out of place to me at least)
Running `git config --unset help.autocorrect` should disable it. It
may be that you enabled it for only one repo by accident.
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