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<protocol>://[user[:password]@]host[:port]/[path]
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:20
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allowing URLs such as::
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:22
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http://bzruser:BadPass@bzr.example.com:8080/bzr/trunk
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:24
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For bzr+ssh:// and sftp:// URLs, Bazaar also supports paths that begin
with '~' as meaning that the rest of the path should be interpreted
relative to the remote user's home directory. For example if the user
``remote`` has a home directory of ``/home/remote`` on the server
shell.example.com, then::
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:26
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bzr+ssh://remote@shell.example.com/~/myproject/trunk
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:32
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would refer to ``/home/remote/myproject/trunk``.
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Located in en/help_topics/urlspec.txt:34
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Many commands that accept URLs also accept location aliases too.
See :doc:`location-alias-help` and :doc:`url-special-chars-help`.
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