On Sep 13, 11:59 am, Konstantin Khomoutov
<flatw...@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>  * According to the "GIT URLS" section of the git-clone manual page,
>    a stray colon between the server and path components is only allowed
>    when working over SSH (to mimic scp's convention).
>    So are you cloning via SSH?  I would not be surprised it doesn't work
>    for git:// or http[s]://.
>  * Shouldn't this problem be reported to the TortoiseGit's tracker?
>    Personally, I don't care but I think it's a good idea.

sorry for the missing context: yes it's windows xp.
Yes it is ssh, and I even can write:
git clone ssh://tom@myserver:/cmdata/git/myproject

which gives an error, but ommiting the colon sucessfully resolves the
hostname.

This is not a TortoiseGit bug - so why report?

thx

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