On Tuesday, October 1, 2013 7:26:11 AM UTC+2, Jhovarie Guiang wrote:

> hello Every One here.
> Im trying to execute git clone syntax and my syntax is
> "git clone jhovarie@"
> and my question is how to include my password to this syntax?
> example like this
> "git clone 
> jhovarie:(mypassword)@"
> or
> "git clone 
> jhovarie@"
> this two syntax doest not work please help I really need the answer to my 
> question.

Including clear-text passwords in places like this is generally a bad idea. 
As you are using SSH to access the remote Git repository, why don't you 
configure up SSH keys to handle the authentication instead? It's fairly 
straight forward:


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