Pavel wrote:
>       sed -ne "/^$name\t/p" .git/remotes | grep -q .

Consider using the following to look for a match of $name with
the first tab separated field of the remotes file (and to avoid
using 'grep -q', which is not in all grep's, so far as I know):

        cut -f1 .git/remotes | grep -Fx "$name" >/dev/null

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