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Merge branch 'unc-path-w-backslashes'
This topic branch addresses a problem identified in #439: while cloning/fetching/pushing from "POSIX-ified UNC paths" (i.e. UNC paths whose backslashes have been converted to forward slashes) works for some time now, true UNC paths (with backslashes left intact) were handled incorrectly. Example: git clone //myserver/folder/repo.git works, but git clone \\myserver\folder\repo.git (in CMD; in Git Bash, the backslashes would need to be doubled) used to fail. The reason was an unexpected difference in command-line handling between Win32 executables and MSYS2 ones (such as the shell that is used by git-clone.exe to spawn git-upload-pack.exe). This topic branch features a workaround *just* for the case where Git passes stuff through sh.exe (which covers quite a few use cases, though). Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <email@example.com>
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