I saw another post very similar to this but there was no answer. I downloaded the Atlasboard repository in bitbucket using the "download repository" link. This provides a zip file with a name like atlassian-atlasboard-328dcb50263e.zip. So now I want to install it locally but to do that I need to have some idea whether this is a "true" repository (if so how do i connect with it?) or just a zip of the source. I tried opening the repository in a git client but it says "not a git repository" and of course the npm installer doesn't like my local path for some reason.
So what is the type of contents in the zip file when a user selects download repository? Is it a git repository? if it is, how do you convert it from a zip file to an active local repository? (beyond extracting it from the zip file).
In that case that feature/button must be renamed. Why say download repository if it is not a full repo with history. Label it as download project files or something.
Also, provide a direct .zip repo download (with .git history) like we have in github. Cloning is time consuming, one-click download of a branch like in Github will be helpful.
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