git-remote-fd - Reflect smart transport stream back to caller


   "fd::<infd>[,<outfd>][/<anything>]" (as URL)


   This helper uses specified file descriptors to connect to a remote Git
   server. This is not meant for end users but for programs and scripts
   calling git fetch, push or archive.

   If only <infd> is given, it is assumed to be a bidirectional socket
   connected to remote Git server (git-upload-pack, git-receive-pack or
   git-upload-archive). If both <infd> and <outfd> are given, they are
   assumed to be pipes connected to a remote Git server (<infd> being the
   inbound pipe and <outfd> being the outbound pipe.

   It is assumed that any handshaking procedures have already been
   completed (such as sending service request for git://) before this
   helper is started.

   <anything> can be any string. It is ignored. It is meant for providing
   information to user in the URL in case that URL is displayed in some


       If set, prints debugging information about various reads/writes.


   git fetch fd::17 master
       Fetch master, using file descriptor #17 to communicate with

   git fetch fd::17/foo master
       Same as above.

   git push fd::7,8 master (as URL)
       Push master, using file descriptor #7 to read data from
       git-receive-pack and file descriptor #8 to write data to same

   git push fd::7,8/bar master
       Same as above.




   Part of the git(1) suite


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