Comment #5 on issue 1896 by Omitting the git repo path throws 500 error

Well, the problem is that the repo path should NOT be required if you're using the raw file URL and remote path.

Probably this could be better solved in the UI by having a set of fields revealed or hidden by selecting a "remote" vs "local" radiobutton.

(Just a suggestion)

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