Other consequences of `git push --force`?
Questions and answers about forcing a
git push aren't hard to find (here are two). The standard answer goes something like this:
If you have to force a
git push, technically you can with the
--force option, but procedurally you shouldn't because someone may have already pulled and somewhere a kitten will die.
I see this as generally sage advice - the safer route is to just commit again, fixing whatever you broke. But let's say for example I know (magically) that no one has pulled the commit(s) yet. Or better still, that this is a private repo and so there's no danger of breaking anyone else's clone in the first place.
Are there any other [negative] consequences of
--forceing a push, specifically technical consequences? Maybe it causes some extra garbage in the remote, or it breaks version 1.2.3 of X Corps' analysis tool, or it makes rebasing more confusing later on, etc.. Anything?
EDIT 1: I have my own anecdotal evidence suggesting that
--forceing a push on a private repo doesn't seem to cause any problems. I'm not interested in perception, though; I'm looking for references and/or proof of such.
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