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Push all the code in your local repo to Bitbucket Edited


I want push all of my code in local repository to Bitbucket repository, i use these command:

git init

git add .

git commit -m "initial commit of full repository"

git remote add origin <my bitbucket_URL>

git push -u origin --all

I have error in push command, when i run the 'git push -u origin --all' command i get this error: 

'No refs in common and none specified; doing nothing.
Perhaps you should specify a branch such as 'master'.
Everything up-to-date'

What does this error means?

1 answer

@FarzinBidokhti You can use

git push --mirror origin

@FarzinBidokhti  what it means actually is that the remote repository doesnt have any references as master(branch named master). So either you need to push using the name of the branch or can refer to @Sandesh Shetty reply.

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