<sigh> why won't people read just *one* para more...?
OK I agree the starting line was *just* misleading enough to give the
opposite impression, but still, when the next para starts with "The
rules are..." wouldn't you expect people would read *that* too?
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### #mergecheck enforcing a no-merges policy
-Some people want to enforce a no-merges policy for various reasons.
behaviour can be enabled by suffixing an "M" to the end of any permission
starting with `RW` (i.e., all of them except `R` ). So for instance, `RW`
becomes `RWM` , and `RW+` becomes `RW+M` , etc.
The rules are exactly the same as for "C" and "D": once a repo has an "M"
qualifier tied to any access rule, all rules for that repo are subject to
merge checking, and merge commits will only be allowed when the rule has the
+Some people want to enforce a no-merges policy for various reasons.
"M" qualifier can be used to specify who is allowed to push merge commits.
This works just like "C" and "D" in the previous section, so **please read
that for a more detailed description** and apply the same ideas, (including
the `@all` trick!) to "M" for "allow merge commits".
The only other thing to remember is that this qualifier, if used, goes at the
end of any permission starting with `RW` (i.e., all of them except `R` ). For
example, `RW` becomes `RWM` , `RW+` becomes `RW+M` , `RW+CD` becomes `RW+CDM`.
## summary: permissions