Hi! How can I cache GIT credentials in scope of a terminal session? My use 
case is the following. Me and other developers share a single account on a 
remote Linux machine. In a home directory we share a GIT project with 
application-specific configuration files. Sometimes we need to pull/push 
changes. I don't want to type my username and password every time. I also 
don't want to cache my credentials in such a way that other developers 
having simultaneous SSH sessions use my credentials to perform GIT 
operations. How can I achieve this?

Maciej Ł.

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