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#/bin/bash
#-- Script to automate https://help.github.com/articles/why-is-git-always-asking-for-my-password
# Forked from the original to do the opposite: Switch ssh repo urls to https
# Original here: https://gist.github.com/m14t/3056747
# Thanks to @m14t
#origin or upstream
REMOTE=${1-origin}
REPO_URL=`git remote -v | grep -m1 "^$REMOTE" | sed -Ene's#.*(git@github.com:[^[:space:]]*).*#\1#p'`
if [ -z "$REPO_URL" ]; then
echo "-- ERROR: Could not identify Repo url."
echo " It is possible this repo is already using HTTPS instead of SSH."
exit
fi
USER=`echo $REPO_URL | sed -Ene's#git@github.com:([^/]*)/(.*).git#\1#p'`
if [ -z "$USER" ]; then
echo "-- ERROR: Could not identify User."
exit
fi
REPO=`echo $REPO_URL | sed -Ene's#git@github.com:([^/]*)/(.*).git#\2#p'`
if [ -z "$REPO" ]; then
echo "-- ERROR: Could not identify Repo."
exit
fi
#NEW_URL="git@github.com:$USER/$REPO.git"
NEW_URL="https://github.com/$USER/$REPO.git"
echo "Changing repo url from "
echo " '$REPO_URL'"
echo " to "
echo " '$NEW_URL'"
echo ""
CHANGE_CMD="git remote set-url $REMOTE $NEW_URL"
echo "$CHANGE_CMD"
`$CHANGE_CMD`
echo "Success"
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@yvillazon yvillazon commented Mar 6, 2016

Great !

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@n-eq n-eq commented Apr 18, 2017

Hi, I was wondering if we couldn't replace
REPO_URL=git remote -v | grep -m1 "^$REMOTE" | sed -Ene's#.*(git@github.com:[^[:space:]]*).*#\1#p'
with:
REPO_URL=git config --get remote.origin.url
? What are some cases where this would not work? Thaks!

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@jasonkarns jasonkarns commented Jun 6, 2018

@marrakchino not all remotes are named origin

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