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Does The

Hi ShallowArcticwolf27

Does the 


 cli command currently support remote repositories with that are intended to be used with ssh

It does 🙂

but the 


 prefix used for gitlab's ssh it seems to default to looking for the repository locally

git@ is always the prefix for SSH repositories (it does not actually mean it uses it, it's what git will return when asked on the origin of the repository. The agent knows (if SSH credentials are provided) to clone it.

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