When adding an Azure Devops repo for continuous integration by Gitlab.com free tier as per How to integrate Azure DevOps repositories with GitLab | GitLab this tutorial, my Azure Devops clone URL is formatted as https:/firstname.lastname@example.org/accountname/projectname/_git/projectname , the ssh URL does not have a .git ending, either. Notably, the tutorial does not include a URL ending in .git, either.
Upon putting that into Gitlab, I get the error message “please match required format: Please provide a valid URL ending in .git”.
Azure devops does not provide URLs ending in .git.
The command git config --get remote.origin.url does not provide a URL ending in .git. The command git remote show origin reveals fetch and push URLs that do not end in .git, to my understanding there is no option to get a URL ending in git.