different push/pull urls for git submodule

I’m using the git superproject pattern in a large project which is deployed by a Teamcity build agent which does not have a repository account, however the repository is set up to allow anonymous cloning. For this reason I have set up the submodules with their http:// url rather than their git url. The issue with this is that the repository rejects http pushes:

Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
error: RPC failed; result=22, HTTP code = 401
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

So every time I update the submodules when switching branches, I have to do a git remote add-url --push to add the git:// url.

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    The LibreOffice project also uses submodules and includes:

    By default you submodules repository is in a state called ‘detached HEAD’ that means that the commit checked-out — which is the one that the super-project (core) need — is not associated with a local branch name.

    Don’t forget to add a correct pushurl for the submodule you are working on or you will not be able to commit.

    $ editor .git/modules/submodule/config
    

    And in the section [remote "origin"] add:

    pushurl = ssh://logerrit/submodule
    

    (similar to soulseekah’s comment) (in your case, use a git:// address)

    You can also do it through (within a submodule)

    git config remote.origin.pushurl git://...
    

    If you don’t, as illulstrated in this project, you would get a:

    fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
    
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