Fixed! Your hints got me going down the correct path :)
git config --list
showed this part:
This article: https://vsowiki.com/index.php?title=Git_Credential_Manager
under "Removing the GIT Remote Helper" says "If you had the Git Remote
Helper installed previously, you *must* uninstall it - as long as the Git
Remote Helper is configured for a url, it will suppress the Git Credential
Manager for Windows from working on that url."
So I ran this:
toddrob@toddrob-laptop3 MINGW64 ~
$ git config --global --unset-all url.mshttps://
Now I can clone the repo!
On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 11:08 AM, Konstantin Khomoutov <
> On Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:27:18 -0700
> Todd Robertson <tdd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sure, here's the results. Let me know if I didn't do the syntax
> > correctly. Thanks for the help!
> > toddrob@toddrob-laptop3 MINGW64 ~
> > $ GIT_TRACE=1 GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1 git clone
> > 10:25:35.823361 git.c:344 trace: built-in: git 'clone' '
> > '
> > Cloning into 'SI-HDC-CPT-CloudMS_Module'...
> > 10:25:35.870241 run-command.c:334 trace: run_command:
> > 'git-remote-mshttps' 'origin' 'mshttps://
> > '
> > fatal: Unable to find remote helper for 'mshttps'
> Yup. If you'd grep the Git source code for the word "mshttps" you will
> find nothing of interest.
> Something -- supposedly outside of Git itself -- manages to substitute
> the "https://" scheme in the url with "mshttps://".
> In this regard,  looks interesting.
> So, could you please run
> git config -l
> and see if you have any settings (supposedly,
> "url.<whatever>.insteadof") in your configuration?
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