Does anyone have a command on hand which could show the remote URL of a specific local git repository?
I usually use the
cat command to check the content of the
.git/config and look for the
remote origin section in there.
But is there a better way of doing this?
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Yes, checking the
.git/configfile is a good way to go, but here are a couple of other commands that you could use as well:
git configcommand to get a specific value from your Git config file:
Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby