Can Stash handle git requests missing ".git" extension?

We're evaluating Stash to replace an existing git server. One of the testers has identified that our current server will allow access to a repo with or without ".git", e.g. fred and fred.git both reference fred.git. However, Stash doesn't - it insists on the name matching exactly.

Is there a configuration setting or a plugin that will allow Stash to match repo paths with or without .git on the end?

Thanks.

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Jason Hinch Atlassian Team May 19, 2014

This is currently the case with SSH but not for HTTP. For HTTP you can omit the extension. I've raised https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-4744to track this inconsistency

Thanks, Jason. The git:// protocol also has the same problem so I've submitted a bug report on the BitBucket site for the plugin.

By way of further explanation, it would appear that some of the manifest files we are using with the repo tool come from sources outside of our control, e.g. from Android:

https://android.googlesource.com/platform/manifest/+/android-4.4.2_r2/default.xml

As a result, we cannot edit the files to add the missing extension.

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