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submodules changed from ssh to https so they don't require keys

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arturoc committed Oct 10, 2012
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[submodule "apps/projectGenerator/projectGeneratorSimple"]
path = apps/projectGenerator/projectGeneratorSimple
- url = git@github.com:ofZach/projectGeneratorSimple.git
+ url = https://github.com/ofZach/projectGeneratorSimple.git

8 comments on commit 05aa566

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bilderbuchi replied Oct 10, 2012

you should not have to do that - this is a read-only link, if you only want to pull you shouldn't need a key!

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bilderbuchi replied Oct 10, 2012

where do you have problems with that link?

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arturoc replied Oct 10, 2012

yes, but if there's a key the server keeps asking for the key password whenever i run the release script so i can't fully automate it unless i switch to https

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bilderbuchi replied Oct 10, 2012

Will check later if there's a git way to do that.

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arturoc replied Oct 10, 2012

yes there is but i don't want to enter the password even once since this is going to be run through a cron task

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bilderbuchi replied Oct 10, 2012

I understand. The only way I found is using an empty passphrase for the key (and then probably it's wisest to use a separate key for the packaging server). I guess it's just less complicated to use https

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arturoc replied Oct 10, 2012

yes, i actually have a different key for the server but i don't really want to have an empty passphrase and setting it to https shouldn't be any problem for everybody else since that address is only used to update the submodule

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