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Subject [GitHub] [lucenenet] NightOwl888 commented on issue #447: Best way to setup dev machine for LuceneNet website edits
Date Sat, 27 Mar 2021 21:13:57 GMT

NightOwl888 commented on issue #447:
URL: https://github.com/apache/lucenenet/issues/447#issuecomment-808803182


   Remotes are local references to remote repositories. They exist in the local configuration
of your copy of the repository.
   
   You can view a list of all of the remotes by using the command
   
   ```
   git remote
   ```
   
   Or, even better, you can see the URLs of the remotes
   
   ```
   git remote -v
   ```
   
   Do note it is possible to set up a remote to pull from one repo and push to another (hence
the 2 entries for each remote name).
   
   But the bottom line is, if a remote already exists in your local repository that maps it
to a remote one, there is no need to add it again. From that point, you can use its name.
   
   > Do note using remotes is only a shortcut to make commands simpler - you could just
as well use URLs to specify which repository to push to, fetch from, or pull from.
   >
   > Also, a remote exists at the top level of the repository, so you can use it for any
number of branches.


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