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test_description='check quarantine of objects during push'
. ./
test_expect_success 'create picky dest repo' '
git init --bare dest.git &&
write_script dest.git/hooks/pre-receive <<-\EOF
while read old new ref; do
test "$(git log -1 --format=%s $new)" = reject && exit 1
exit 0
test_expect_success 'accepted objects work' '
test_commit ok &&
git push dest.git HEAD &&
commit=$(git rev-parse HEAD) &&
git --git-dir=dest.git cat-file commit $commit
test_expect_success 'rejected objects are not installed' '
test_commit reject &&
commit=$(git rev-parse HEAD) &&
test_must_fail git push dest.git reject &&
test_must_fail git --git-dir=dest.git cat-file commit $commit
test_expect_success 'rejected objects are removed' '
echo "incoming-*" >expect &&
(cd dest.git/objects && echo incoming-*) >actual &&
test_cmp expect actual
test_expect_success 'push to repo path with path separator (colon)' '
# The interesting failure case here is when the
# receiving end cannot access its original object directory,
# so make it likely for us to generate a delta by having
# a non-trivial file with multiple versions.
test-genrandom foo 4096 >file.bin &&
git add file.bin &&
git commit -m bin &&
if test_have_prereq MINGW
fi &&
git clone --bare . "xxx${pathsep}yyy.git" &&
echo change >>file.bin &&
git commit -am change &&
# Note that we have to use the full path here, or it gets confused
# with the ssh host:path syntax.
git push "$(pwd)/xxx${pathsep}yyy.git" HEAD