Re: [git-users] Re: Ambiguous ref names

2009-11-20 Thread Michael P. Soulier
On 19/11/09 Jeenu said: Well, 'git branch -a' shows only a.b.c and a.b.c.d; and 'git tag -l' shows nothing. If there's no other command I should be trying, yes, there is no other reference to a.b.c. I don't know if you can nest names like that. Try using referances that aren't substrings of

Re: [git-users] Re: Ambiguous ref names

2009-11-20 Thread Alan Hawrylyshen
On 2009/11/20, at 00:58 , Michael P. Soulier wrote: I don't know if you can nest names like that. Try using referances that aren't substrings of each other. Sure you can. Think of : release-1.0 and release-1.0-patch-1 I'd say that is a common use case. I've seen he