I started a private repository on Bitbucket, and was using it to save and control versions of my programs. I'm using Sourcetree to maintain local copy of repository.
When I started, the program version I was working upon was V3.0. Over the time, as I learnt more and more about the sourcetree, and benefits of version control overall, ability to share with team mates I am working with etc.
There are only 4-5 commits on my repository. I was hoping to add my older versions as well to the branch, V1 and V2, so that I/team members can access them.
Is there a way to do that?
One way I know of is to save all the present development versions from bitbucket, save them , and re-create the repository, starting with V1..
But I hope there is another option available, and I cannot find how to do that? Can I commit these old versions, and then move before the Start of branch?
Any help would be appreciated
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