I am new to Bitbucket.
My Admin has created a new Project PRS. It's path is like http://server:port/projects/PRS. He said I can now be able to add code.
I need to create a Repository / folders like QA & PROD and add code in it. Could you please guide me in simple steps either through Git CMD or Git UI?
Thanks in advance.
Once you've done that, you'll start coding. In this other article you'll learn how to get started with Git and Bitbucket and how to push your code to Bitbucket, visit Getting started with Git and Bitbucket Server.
Also, if you'd like to use a Git client, you can install Sourcetree which is free and available for Mac and Windows.
I hope this helps, David. Let me know if you have any questions!
Hi David, when you click Repositories in the navigation bar, a menu will be displayed and you'll see your recent repos and the option to create a new one. If you can not see the Repositories button, you'll need to check with your admin if you have the right permissions. If you still don't see it, you can send a screenshot of what you see in your Bitbucket UI (remember to remove any sensitive information ;) )
If you prefer to do it via command line, you can use:
git init <directory>
That will create an empty Git repository in the specified directory. You can find more info at Setting up a repository.
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