Il 26/05/2013 17:13, Elia Pinto ha scritto:
>>       $ git clone remote-repo/ProjectA.git
>>       fatal repository 'remote-repo/ProjectA.git' does not exist
>
Why someone should be do something like this ? What is the use case ?


Simple, I keep all my projects on the same server, so I would like to refer to that server + path using 'remote-repo'.

"git+ssh://git.example.org//users/gioele/projects" insteadOf "remote-repo"

I also helps me when I move all the projects from one path to another in the remote server: I only need to change the path once in `~/.gitconfig`.

Please note that `git remote add` correctly understands 'remote-repo/ProjectA.git'. I was expecting that `clone` and `remote` both used the same code to parse paths.

Regards,

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Gioele Barabucci <gio...@svario.it>
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