Print github url for the current url

git remote -v | sed -n '/*push/{s/^[^[:space:]]\+[[:space:]]\+//;s|[email protected]:||;s/\.git.*//;p}'
Works for repos cloned via ssh or https.
Sample Output
# Cloned using https

$ git remote -v
origin (fetch)
origin (push)
$ git remote -v | sed -n '/*push/{s/^[^[:space:]]\+[[:space:]]\+//;s|[email protected]:||;s/

# cloned using ssh
$ git remote -v
origin  [email protected]:bartonski/barton-unit-circle.git (fetch)
origin  [email protected]:bartonski/barton-unit-circle.git (push)
 Fri Oct 11 12:44:43 [email protected]: /tmp/barton-unit-circle
$ git remote -v | sed -n '/*push/{s/^[^[:space:]]\+[[:space:]]\+//;s|[email protected]:||;s/

By: bartonski
2019-10-11 16:50:22

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