On Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 5:10:25 PM UTC+1, Andrew Pennebaker wrote:
>
> git-remote offers a set-url subcommand for setting a remote's URL:
>
> $ git remote set-url origin g...@github.com:mcandre/regenboog.git
>
> But I can't find a get counterpart:
>
> $ git remote get-url origin
> error: Unknown subcommand: get-url
>
> Could we add this getter to make the interface more intuitive?
>

I doubt this is necessary, unless you can provide a really good argument 
for expanding an already large Git user interface. As Philip explained, 
get/set is not intuitive in the existing Git operations.

The command `git remote` will list any remotes. If you want more 
information, like the urls, do it verbose:

git remote -v

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