On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 9:16 AM, Ramkumar Ramachandra
<artag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> So this should explain the problem:
>
>   # using v1.8.3.1
>   $ git clone https://google.com
>   Cloning into 'google.com'...
>   fatal: repository 'https://google.com/' not found
>
>   # using master
>   $ git clone https://google.com
>   Cloning into 'google.com'...
>   fatal: repository 'https://google.com/' not found
>   fatal: Reading from helper 'git-remote-https' failed

I can see where this is confusing, but can also see how it's useful
information to have.  On clone, it's probably not that useful since
you're looking right at the url, but I could see that information
being more useful on a pull or push with the default arguments (when
the source and destination aren't quite as obvious).

-John
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