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Right way to add existing TortoiseGit local project to Bitbucket

I am getting myself really confused here because all the steps on the internet I found seem to go wrong.

I have afairly new local project on my PC to which I have already added source control and one or two commits. Now I need an equivalent bitbucket repository to link it to.

I can create an empty project online but I can't for the life of me work out how to make a repository online and link it with all the source control content etc I have on my PC with Tortoise Git.

Please help. Thanks.

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I have sorted it out. I had to create an EMPTY repository so that it showed me the way to get my local Git repository on Bitbucket.

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