Re: Simple git push --tags deleted all branches
- Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2018 16:03:30 +0100
- From: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Simple git push --tags deleted all branches
On Wed, Nov 28 2018, Mateusz Loskot wrote:
> (using git version 2.19.2.windows.1)
> I've just encountered one of those WTH moments.
> I have a bare repository
> core.git (BARE:master) $ git branch
> * master
> core.git (BARE:master) $ git tag
> I published the repo using: git push --all --follow-tags
> This succeeded, but there seem to be no tags pushed, just branches.
> So, I followed with
> core.git (BARE:master) $ git push --tags
> To XXX
> - [deleted] 1.0
> - [deleted] 2.0
> ! [remote rejected] master (refusing to delete the current
> branch: refs/heads/master)
> error: failed to push some refs to 'XXX'
> And, I've found out that all branches and tags have been
> wiped in both, local repo and remote :)
> I restored the repo and tried out
> git push origin 1.0
> git push origin --tags
> and this time both succeeded, without wiping out any refs.
> Could anyone help me to understand why remote-less
> git push --tags
> is/was so dangerous and unforgiving?!
Since nobody's replied yet, I can't see what's going on here from the
info you've provided. My guess is that you have something "mirror" set
on the remote.
It seems you can't share the repo or its URL, but could you share the
scrubbed output of 'git config -l --show-origin' when run inside this