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I'm playing a little bit with the Bitbucket server, having a great time :)
I've created a project & a repository, and the clone url is: http://localhost:7990/scm/fir/first-repo.git
fir is the project "code", first repo is the repo name, but what does "scm" represent?
In the past i saw remote urls (sourced from bb server), that does not include the scm prefix (i.e - remote url looks like that - http://localhost:7990/fir/first-repo.git).
Can someone point me to a relevant doc, or explain what does scm represent? If & how Can I create a repo with other name than scm? If & how can I create a repo with remote url that does not contain this extra identifier?
when cloning by ssh, the scm is not mentioned (remote url is ssh://git@localhost:7999/fir/first-repo.git).
Does it means that when cloning by https (HTTP(S) SCM hosting from the admin->server setting section?) a '/scm/' prefix is added?
10x very much