Am 27.09.2013 10:07, schrieb Morten Stenshorne:
> I've just upgraded to Debian testing (jessie), and with that I got a
> brand new (for me) git version:
>     $ git --version
>     git version 1.8.4.rc3
> Some of my repos I use an ssh tunnel to reach, so when I want to reach a
> repo forwarded to local port 2223, using the ssh protocol, the following
> used to work (.git/config) in older git versions:
>     [remote "exp"]
>             url = [localhost:2223]:blink.git
>             fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/exp/*
> However, now I get this message:
>     $ git fetch exp
>     fatal: ':blink.git' does not appear to be a git repository
>     fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

I wonder why that worked (especially the "[...]") at all ?
I thought specifying a port for a SSH connection was always only
possible when using

- or -

At least that's what I always read out of the git-clone man page.

/dev/random says: Don't ask me, I have random access memory.
python -c "print 
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