how to edit file in stash?

I have created a project in stash and checked in code to git. How do I manage the code from Stash. When I am creating braches it does not allow me to edit the files. Where do I edit the files? Some help would be really helpful.

 

Thanks,

Subhechha

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You cannot edit the files directly from Stash, which is essentially a UI to manage your git repositories.  All edits are to be done in git.  

 

 

You edit the files on a local clone of the repository and then use git push to push them to Stash (or use SourceTree and use the "Push" button)

http://git-scm.com/docs/git-push

how to sync up stash and git? do you have any demo on how to work on these 2 tools hand-in-hand?

Stash is essentially just a place to store remote copies of your repositories.  It is a place to use to clone, pull, and push repositories to and from.  The syncing between git and stash is done mostly with those commands

 

git clone <stash_url> copies the repo to your local workstation

git push pushes new commits that exist locally back to the remote on Stash

git pull fetches any commits on Stash that don't exist locally and attempts to merge them

 

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