Ok, I see what you are trying to do. If you clone the colonyToken repository and change the
.gitmodules file to use https, then clone the colonyNetwork repository and change the
.gitmodules file to use the cloned version of colonyToken, and then clone the colonyStarter repository and change it to use the cloned version of colonyNetwork, you will be able to able to install the
That seems like a lot of work!
If you still want to take this route, you will not be able to use the command in the colonyStarter instructions (
colony build colony-starter-basic) because it would require publishing a new version of one of the packages in colonyStarter that points to your cloned repository for colonyNetwork. You would have to pull down the repository and build the
colony-starter-basic package locally.
The real issue is that colonyToken uses
ssh and either we need to state
ssh is required or we need to change that in the
colonyToken repository. I think this is something we should change so that we can provide support to developers like yourself that do not have
I think the easiest and quickest solution would be installing
ssh, which is also a good best practice: