Feature #23120

Please add the git clone url to the repository browser

Added by idl0r almost 6 years ago. Updated almost 5 years ago.

Status:Closed Start date:08/04/2011
Priority:Trivial Due date:
Assignee:Sickboy % Done:


Category:Repository browser
Target version:Ongoing
Close Reason: NGUrl:
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I'd like to see something like in gitweb:

Probably with a label as well (Read-only, Read/Write).

I know its described in the help "git clone git://git.dev-heaven.net/REPOSITORYNAME.git" but I think it would be useful anyway.

Associated revisions

Revision 04f67b4f
Added by Sickboy over 5 years ago

Added: Repository clone urls. closes #23120


Updated by Sickboy almost 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Assigned
  • Priority changed from Normal to Trivial
  • Target version set to Ongoing

Cheers. Read-only/readwrite - that depends on user. Or do you mean if the repo is available as git:// read-only url, beyond the ssh git@.... read-write / read-only urls?

Updated by idl0r almost 6 years ago

I just meant to add it to not confuse unexperienced users to prevent them from using the read/write url so via ssh.

Read-only: git:/...
Read/Write: git+ssh://...

So in long:
For read-only clone (if you're not a developer) use git:/...
If you're a developer and have read/write access use: git+ssh://...

Updated by firefly2442 over 5 years ago

I agree, without explicitly mentioning the full URL in the description of the project, it's difficult for new people just browsing to get the code. Make it simple and very obvious, just like Github. :)

Updated by Sickboy over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Assigned to Resolved
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Updated by Sickboy over 5 years ago

Is now available, including the 3rd method: https.
https only works if the repo name is the same as the project identifier on the dev-heaven site.

Updated by admin almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed


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