How To Get Remote Url On Git
A remote is a common repository used by a team to exchange their work.
And a project can occasionally have more than one remote, to check where a remote is located you can fetch the remote’s URL by issuing:
git remote get-url --all remote-name
There are a couple of things worth noting in this command:
- –all: Flag which tells the command to return all URLs related to the remote, on Git sometimes you can have a URL to
fetch and other to pull, but the norm is to use the same for both actions.
- remote-name: Usually, this parameter will be origin which is the default name for the remote repository, but if your project has more than one remote you can check using: