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I've tried using:

Though the output from git push on error is all white. Everything in my ZSH is colored and this looks ugly & becomes harder to parse as everything else has color.

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Sorry to say, but it looks like support for this just isn't built in to git at the moment... Comparing this:

with this:

You'll see that the latter has various references to color (starting with including color.h), and the former does not. That could be a starting point for you or someone to modify the git source (and submit a pull request or similar) to have this functionality.

I'm not sure why you're not having success with stderred, though; git push does, I've just confirmed, send its output to stream 2 (stderr), so it seems like it ought to work, provided that it's working for other utilities.

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