I have a repository on bitbucket and whenever I make a commit to it I want a commit to be made to a corresponding repository on github.
How is this best done ?
I commit from the bash command line, I'm not using Sourcetree.
Below I assume git because you mentioned GitHub.
You don't want commit but push to two remote repositories. All your commits still take place in your local repository. The idea is to add an extra remote repository as push target with git remote-command like:
git remote set-url --add --push origin git://somewhere/something.git
Details and several configuration variations from the following StackOverflow questions:
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