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How do you use the Atom code editor with Bitbucket?

I've been searching for an integration between Bitbucket and the Atom code editor. Seems I fall short every time. Who else is using Atom in their work flow and how do you communicate with Bitbucket?

Is there a plugin to connect the two?

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I use Atom for everything, except for Java ( I used to use Eclipse), on a daily basis at work on Windows and Linux. 

1. In Windows, I have installed Sourcetree, as an out-of-the-box took coming with BitBucket, and also using Gitbash.

2. In Linux, depends if it is a standalone or a guest VM. 

2.1. Guest VM (Oracle VM VBox in most cases) - either clone in Windows and share the folder in Linux, or use 2.2.

2.2. Standalone - git from the command line. I haven't used any GUI.

I have this question as well.

I have tried creating a token in Manage Account -> Personal Access Tokens

Then taking that token and pasting it into the Atom login where it says "Enter the token below", unfortunately still not working. See screenshots:

token.pngatom.png

It appears this only works by logging in via the link (displayed in the screenshot) https://github.atom.io/login.

you can use "git", no need via atom link.

that you need only add remote origin with your personal token (edit config file in .git folder)

 

[core]
repositoryformatversion = 0
filemode = true
bare = false
logallrefupdates = true
[remote "origin"]
url = https://personal token@github.com/user-name/repository-name.git
[user]
name = user-name
email = user-email

I'm also wondering about this. Saw integration for gitlab available

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