Currently once the Git Remote Host has been setup there is no way to change it, or even view what it was set to. We should provide a way to change the remote host, specially since we're a big advocate of Data Portability.
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What is the best way to change this at the moment? Specifically, all I want to change is the target folder in the existing git repo I have set up. Is this even possible or do I need to rethink my git setup?
Or is there a way to change the default "notes" folder of GitJournal. I need to do this so it plays nicely with my other linux desktop app. For example if I have ~/notes/ on my desktop everything works fine. But I need to have ~/notes/default/ and I want to make "default" the default folder for gitjournal. It still works as is, but basically I can only see notes in the folder view. The notes view is always empty.
This is quick and dirty way of fixing the problem. It doesn't migrate
the notes from the previous repo and just discards them, so you cannot
move your notes from one repo to another using GitJournal (for now), but
at least its better than having to re-install the app.
Related to #36