Re: git init BUG when gitconfig has includeIf

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On Tue May 21, 2024 at 7:36 PM EEST, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Heghedus Razvan <heghedus.razvan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > Yesterday I stumble upon a bug when doing git init. I didn't
> > find any references to it, so I don't know if is a known problem
> > or not.
> >
> > Steps to reproduce:
> > # git init .
> > BUG: refs.c:2123: reference backend is unknown
> Patrick, this looks similar to an earlier one during "git clone"
> that was discussed at
> that was fixed with 199f44cb (builtin/clone: allow remote helpers to
> detect repo, 2024-02-27)?  The fix was about "git clone", but the
> crux of the fix went to setup.c:initialize_repository_version()
> which is also called by setup.c:init_db() that is the workhorse of
> "git init", so it may already have been fixed (I didn't try).

I guess I forgot to mention, but I tested the current master 4365c6fcf9
and the issue is still present.

> Even if it is already fixed in the current version by the same
> 199f44cb, we may want to follow up 0eab85b9 (t5601: exercise clones
> with "includeIf.*.onbranch", 2024-03-12) with an additional test to
> cover "git init".
> Thanks.

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