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I have a newly created empty repository on bitbucket that I wish to push changes too. I have my local copy of files I wish to commit and I have already run "git init" and "git commit...". However I need to set up the bitbucket remote but the push url no longer shows on my repository page. Please, where do I find it?
HI @Glenn Reed,
Welcome to the community!
If you have been initialized and commit the code then now you need to push into the remote repo
Check whether you are in master or another branch using the below command
> git branch
if you are master or any other branch then to push the code to bitbucket remote repo use the below command.
> git push origin <branch_name>
Origin: nothing but the original remote branch.
Here you can find documentation about this.
This UI is very obscure! I just wasted 15 mins trying to find that URL after creating an empty repo. The large (+) sign in the left hand bar does not suggest a menu that can be expanded (it suggests a CREATE NEW ... function)
Why don't you show the Push URL on the Overview page like you used to?
Your documentation for pushing code to an empty repository still shows the Push URL on the Overview Page rather than explaining that it is hidden in a clone menu option https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/push-versioned-code-to-an-empty-repository-877177145.html