@CharlieFork is not standard Git or Command Line operation, so in simple words no you can't fork any repository using terminal.
But, once you have forked a repository, or you have cloned it in your local you can run git workflow using command line.
You can read this guide to maintain sync with upstream after fork using command line - https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/git-forks-and-upstreams
@DPK J ,
it is not true. One of the member here suggested that I can fork using command line.
The post is here:
At the end of the post, she mentioned about how to do it with command line.
@Charliewhat here suggested is REST API. If you are comfortable using that, like with curl etc. you can do that.
curl -X POST -u <USERNAME> https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/<REPO_USER>/<REPO_NAME>/forks
This is not command line but assessing using rest interfaces.
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