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Can android.googlesource.com provide git:// access way?

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Now we should use "repo init -u https://android.googlesource.com/platform/manifest" to download the sourcecode of android,but in China these ports like http/https are being watching by GFW more carefully.
I have problem with download andorid source code by https way now,beause at first it is ok but wait some time I will get many errors so I can not complete the download process.And I think there are many people got these error except that they use vpn to access.
I do not have problem when I downloaded android source code with git://,I think GFW do not pay so much attention to the port of git://.So can android.googlesource.com provide git:// access way?

posted May 14, 2013 by anonymous

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