Unfuddle Git Hosting Now Over HTTPS
Over the years, we have spoken to so many of you who have had issues with Git over SSH. Let’s be honest. Creating and managing key pairs is a hassle, especially on Windows.
Well, you can say goodbye to those troubles as we have recently enabled Git access over HTTPS. Not only is this available immediately, but it is now the default and preferred way to access Git repositories in your Unfuddle account.
You will now notice two URLs associated with each Git repository in your account. Use the URL starting with "
https://" for accessing your repo with this new method. Use the other, starting with "
git@", for accessing your repo via SSH.
If you wish to use HTTPS for a repository you have already cloned locally, you will need to update the appropriate remote in your git config. This can be done with the following command:
git remote set-url REMOTE_NAME https://SUBDOMAIN.unfuddle.com/git/SUBDOMAIN_REPO-ABBREVIATION/
For more information on accessing your Git repository via HTTPS, please see our Git support page.