How do I clone a repo _to_ a new repo over SSH? I tried:
git clone --bare . gitserver:/scm/xx.git
git clone --bare . ssh://gitserver/scm/xx.git
This does not have the expected result, and instead a local path of the
given name is created (eg. a 'gitserver:' directory)
This seems to be a FAQ, but the only answer I can find (Google) is to
login to the server and create the repo, setup a remote and push to it.
This is quite cumbersome; we have a large team of devs who use a simple
'git clone' to an NFS directory, but we wish to retire NFS access.
Is there a technical limiation preventing clone-to-ssh, or just something
waiting to be implemented?
(Please keep me CC'd; I am currently reading the web archives)
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