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Re: How to undo previously set configuration?

Am Thu, 5 Apr 2018 12:32:27 -0400
schrieb Jeff King <peff@xxxxxxxx>:

> The general strategy in Git's config is that instead of "unsetting", you
> should overwrite with whatever value you _do_ want. So a config option
> like sendemail.smtpauth should accept some kind of empty or "none" value
> to disable auth.
> Most single-value config options should work this way (and if one
> doesn't, I'd say that's a bug we should fix).

This does not work. Initially I copied the global config into the repo and set all unwanted values to <empty>, like 'smtpuser='. Perhaps the config parser recognized that fact, but the consumer does not?


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