Can anyone give me a workflow for adding an existing project to SourceTree and connecting to a remote repo on Bitbucket? I seem to have tried everything.
I am confused by the Clone/New dialog. What I have is a local project already under local source control (courtesy of Visual Studio), but the clone dialog seems to assume that a clone operation is always going to be going the other way - i.e. cloning a remote repository onto the local machine. If I try this, it says it cannot clone into my local folder because the folder is not empty (which does make sense).
I dearly want to start using Git because it seems to be outstanding, but I'm really struggling to find any workflows that work with Visual Studio. Any help at all would be very much appreciated.
Kind wishes ~ Patrick
To start with, use the "Add Working Copy" tab in the Clone/New dialog.
This question might have helpful information about getting the repo to bitbucket: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/23763631
It sounds like that user has put their bitbucket credentials into SourceTree for extended integration, which I've not used.
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