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pushing into project trough bash commands

naomi I'm New Here Jun 30, 2020

Hey,

Writing a code that supposed to open a new repository in Bitbucket project through python code.

I tried using os.system to get the bash commands to work inside the code but no luck... Any unique ideas to get it done?

(this is what I tried):

os.system('NAME_OF_LIBRARY') 
os.system('git remote rm origin')
#also tried with and without os.system('git init') here
os.system('git remote add origin FULL_LINK_TO_PROJECT')
os.system('git add *')
os.system('git commit -m"MESSAGE"')
os.system('git push --force origin master')

 

 

1 answer

Hi @naomi ,

I assume that you execute the code on your local PC. Even if you execute commands manually one by one, it will not create a new remote repository on Bitbucket. It only changes the remote origin url of your local repo and pushes it to the existing remote git repository.

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