We have a project that's under source control. The repository is a Bonobo server. We would like to transfer the source code along with the entire history over to BitBucket. We can get to the point where we are logged into our BitBucket account and we can create a new project. Now we would like to know: how do we import the project sitting on the Bonobo server along with its history over to our new BitBucket project?
Is there a step by step guide that we can follow?
We can also work in SourceTree if importing from the Bonobo server can be done from there.
The git repositories are easily moved - you should be able to find a complete write-up. We have an automation tool that does this. What it essentially does when migrating repos from git to git is:
git clone --mirror src-repo-spec
git remote add target target-spec
git push --all target
git push --tags target
I get stuck on step #2: git remote add target target-spec:
add to target fails.png
For target-spec, I enter "https://firstname.lastname@example.org/acmriskalive/risk-aliveprodiler-2.git" because that's what the Bitbucket instruction page tells me to do:
... except it says to use "origin" instead of "target".
Unfortunately, I get an error: "fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git".
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