hub-remote man page

hub-remote ā€” Add a git remote for a GitHub repository.

Synopsis

hub remote add [-p] [Options] USER[/REPOSITORY]
hub remote set-url [-p] [Options] NAME USER[/REPOSITORY]

Options

-p

(Deprecated) Use the ssh: protocol instead of git: for the remote URL. The writeable ssh: protocol is automatically used for own repos, GitHub Enterprise remotes, and private or pushable repositories.

USER[/REPOSITORY]

If USER is "origin", that value will be substituted for your GitHub username. REPOSITORY defaults to the name of the current working directory.

Examples

$ hub remote add jingweno
> git remote add jingweno git://github.com/jingweno/REPO.git

$ hub remote add origin
> git remote add origin git@github.com:USER/REPO.git

See Also

hub-fork(1), hub(1), git-remote(1)

Referenced By

hub(1), hub-fetch(1), hub-submodule(1).

03 Oct 2019 hub version 2.12.8 hub manual