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I still cant find any documentation on how. to use bitbucket app passwords with git push command lin

I've been unable to push my commits  to bitbucket since the app password required change as  its not documented how to use app passwords from the command line!! v frustrating!

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Hello Jerome,

A great question about using your Bitbucket App password with GIT. We do have an answer for this which can be found in: How do I use the new app password for command line Git? 

To save time, here is a copy of Ben's answer:

Once you have generated the App Password in Personal Settings > App Password:

  • Essentially, when connecting via HTTPS you will use your AppPassword alongside your username separated with a ":" character.
  • Therefore if you are authenticating to GIT over HTTPS to push/pull you will need to update your remote URL's to include the App Password:
    git remote set-url origin
  • The same applies when performing git clone:
    git clone

Here is further information on App Passwords.

Stephen Sifers

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