I tried to follow the suggested steps to setup my exisiting local project directory but it failed. Why? Becuase of terminology. The link said "I have an exisiting project". When I clicked on it I got "Step 1: Switch to your repository's directory". I have a project on my computer not a repository.
So what to do? I started from scratch. I followed all the steps including the very uninituitive one of cloning an empty repository.
I then copied my exisiting files from another directory into the empty cloned directory. Did a git add * and followed the rest of the steps.
Voila! I added an exisiting project folder to a git repository by starting from scratch.
OY! There has to be a beter way that skips the copying from one directory to another and just uses the exisiting local folder. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Yes, you can do it. When you create a new repository in Bitbucket, it gives you options to start from scratch, start from an existing project folder that is not a git repository and start from an existing git repository. You can just follow the instructions.
I suspect you are after the second option. In that case, you need to initiate a git repository in the existing folder, set the remote url and do a push. That's it.
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