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Allow Git repository HTTPS URLs that end in .git

On GitHub and BitBucket, repository URLs end in .git, e.g. foo.git for a repository called foo. GitHub also accepts (and presumably redirects) if the user tries to access with just ...foo (BitBucket doesn't). The Git convention is for bare repositories' URLs to end in .git, but accepting both URLs seems the best solution.

Currently, there's no way for a user to pick one convention, either foo or foo.git, and use it consistently across all three services. (A workaround exists: use .git, and name the project itself "foo.git" in Deveo - obviously not ideal.)

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