I think this is the case for everyone.

I've used the `hub` [1] tool to address this. Once I have a checkout,
if I need to push, I do:

    $ hub remote add -p racket/typed-racket

and then

    $ git push racket

Having an option to `raco pkg update` and `raco pkg install` to use
the corresponding ssh URL for `--clone` would be nice, though, and I
think it should be pretty easy to add. :)


On Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 4:42 PM, Asumu Takikawa <as...@ccs.neu.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been trying to adjust to the new package-split workflow now and
> I've bumped into a small usability problem and I wanted to see if anyone
> else has encountered this or if my config is just broken somehow.
> On a fresh build of Racket, if I do the following:
>   raco pkg update --clone typed-racket
> it will install TR from github and reinstall. An excerpt from the config
> for that git repo looks like this:
>   [remote "origin"]
>           url = git://github.com/racket/typed-racket/
> The problem is that this URL is not as useful as it could be because
> github won't let you push to it (at least I can't seem to). The
> corresponding SSH URL "g...@github.com:racket/typed-racket.git" lets me
> push.
> Is this something other people have encountered or is there some git
> config that I should fix on my end?
> Cheers,
> Asumu
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