How to get all remotes urls from remote git repo?
For example, let we have a git repository A, which have two remotes:
user@user:~/dev/tmp/some_repo$ git remote -v
remote_a /home/user/dev/tmp/a/ (fetch)
remote_a /home/user/dev/tmp/a/ (push)
remote_b /home/user/dev/tmp/b/ (fetch)
remote_b /home/user/dev/tmp/b/ (push)
I want to clone this repository and get same remotes, but have only origin:
user@user:~/dev/tmp$ git clone some_repo/ some_clone
Cloning into 'some_clone'...
user@user:~/dev/tmp$ cd some_clone/
user@user:~/dev/tmp/some_clone$ git remote -v
origin /home/user/dev/tmp/some_repo/ (fetch)
origin /home/user/dev/tmp/some_repo/ (push)
Is there any way to get all the remotes from the origin, so remote_a and remote_b were remotes for some_clone one too?
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