I got codes in 4 folders that are currently in eclipse, we want to now create a repository.
Do you have any guide to commit these codes to bitcucket via eclipse?
Appreciate feedback on this!
Hi @tancs and welcome to the community!
I don't believe that we have any guides for Eclipse specifically.
The documentation we have available focuses on using Git from command line:
I assume that you're using EGit with Eclipse? I can see that Eclipse has documentation on EGit, and it looks quite detailed:
For initializing a repository with your existing source code, you can take a look here:
Now, for linking a local repository you create with a Bitbucket repo, you'll need decide first if you want to use HTTPS (username & password or app-password) or SSH for authentication.
The EGit tutorial has an example on how to set up a remote with GitHub, but you can follow the same steps to link a local repo with Bitbucket.
If you want to use HTTPS with the Bitbucket username and app password, you can take a look here on how to generate an app password:
If you prefer to use SSH, you can check here how to set up SSH keys for Bitbucket:
If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know.
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