ssh login for git submodules

we're working intensively with git submodules. in the .gitmodules-file there are the reponames for all submodules stored. The reponames has to be independent from any username, otherwise the reponames has to be changed for every user (i.e. https://joe.user@gitserver)

so we use ssh with individual ssh-keys for each user, authentification is done via the ssh-keys. the reponames therefore look like this: ssh:git@gitserver/project/myrepo.git

Does stash support this way of authentification, too?

Thank you.

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Yes, Stash supports authentication via SSH, which does not require the username as part of the repo url. You can find more details about how to setup SSH in the Stash documentation under:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Setting+up+SSH

ok, thank you, we're going to make a testinstallation.

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