How do I create a remote repo from the Terminal on Mac OS X? Edited

I simply cannot figure out how to read the bitbucket API on how to create a new empty repository from the Terminal.

I've added my public SSH-key to my account, and now I want to simply type a command from the Terminal to create a new empty remote repository.

How can this be done?

Been xxx around with: curl ... to no avail.

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And then, after posting, this came up:

curl -X POST -v -u username:password -H "Content-Type: application/json" https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/username/name_of_repo -d '{"scm": "git", "is_private": "true", "fork_policy": "no_public_forks", "name": "name_of_repo" }'

Change 'username' in both places above ...

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