On Tuesday, January 15, 2013 12:37:25 PM UTC+1, Floriano Fauzzi wrote:

> Hi,
> I want to know what is the file where, Git portable or Git stand alone 
> software, store the mapping between the clone repository ( on pc ) and the 
> web repository.
> I need this information because I know that clone repository could have a 
> different name compared to web repository.
> Thanks for the answers.

A git repository has zero or more remotes. These are other git repositories 
that contain more or less the same contents as you have locally.

To see which remotes you currently have configured, use:

git remote -v

To see more details about a given remote, for example one called "origin" 
(which is the default name for the remote when you create the local repo by 
cloning it from the remote one), do:

git remote show origin


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