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Uploading files to BitBucket causing some problems

So im a first year computer science student and we're starting to use BitBucket to share code with our groupmates.

Were using Visual Studio Code and after I make a repository in bitbucket and sync the files with the repository, it only syncs the .git files and not the actual project files. Theres multiple kids in my class with the same problem.

I'm also on a mac using windows bootcamp btw.  Is there something im doing wrong.

If anyone can help a brother out that would be cool.

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Tyler T Atlassian Team Jun 08, 2020

After making the repository in Bitbucket, have you synced it with your local machine? Are you using a command line interface or tool like Sourcetree to use Git?

Here is an additional resource you might find helpful: https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/learn-git-with-bitbucket-cloud

hi thanks for messaging back,

So we dont use the command line we just add to source control from Visual Studio. I assume its synced but Im not 100% i guess

Tyler T Atlassian Team Jun 08, 2020

Hi, I'm not  good as a computer science student, but I need help uploading my purchased source code into Bitbucket repository.

Anyone with help please

Regards

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