Fuzzy matching for this purpose will be added in a future release, but that
doesn't help you right now.
I'd recommend not including the <my_user> part in the repository path for
now on your clients. Instead, try setting that in your ~/.ssh/config, like
(I think that's right)
Alternatively, if your username matches your local box, you don't even need
the <my_user> part.
I know it's not ideal, but until fuzzy matching is in, it's sort of needed.
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On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 4:47 AM, Kalium <raymond.ma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, when I run 'post-review' i get the error
> "The repository path "ssh://<my_user>@git.fedorahosted.org/git/
> <project>.git" is not in the
> list of known repositories on the server."
> So If I add that repository verbatim into the 'Mirror path' it works
> fine. If I try and remove the user, or change the
> path in any way, has the original problem.
> How do I set it up so different git users (other than just <my_user>)
> can use post-review correctly?
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