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Re: Doing an anonymous git clone from bitbucket: is it possible?


On Sun, 10 Mar 2013 18:27:33 +0800
Thomas Goirand <zigo@debian.org> wrote:

> Is it possible to do an *anonymous* clone of a bitbucket repository
> using git? I saw it is possible to do a clone over ssh, but that's not
> what I want to do (ssh client asks for confirming the remote ssh host
> key, which I don't want to, I just want upstream source code so that I
> can put that in "./debian/rules get-vcs-source"...).

> I've searched, and searched the web again, and didn't find out. :(

Question one: why can't you just use hg to clone it? Also, you can
download a tarball directly from bitbucket, they do hg export on the
server side.

Question two: why not use https?

WBR, Andrew

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