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FishEye\Crucible on windows failing to clone a git repository

I specified the repository name/http and the connection to it is successfully established and repository status is 'running'. When I try to perform any operation on it, the tool tries to clone a repository, like this:

..\..\Git\cmd\git.cmd clone --bare -v https://myrepository.git clone

but I am getting an error :(

Error

Unable to clone remote repository: https://myrepository.git
- [The system cannot find the path specified.]

When I issue the same command from the command line, my repository is created in following folder(FISHYEY_HOME/cmd/clone) just fine. I have a feeling that maybe something is wrong with my Java setup, since I don't have JAVA_HOME directory.

Any ideas on this matter is greatly appreciated.

3 answers

I'm having the same problem as Vasili. Git is in my path and when I run the command manually in the CMD window it works fine. Also, I am unsure where Fisheye is trying to run this command from, so I cant test it from the same directory location.

Thanks for any help you can give!

I'm having the same problem as Vasili. Git is in my path and when I run the command manually in the CMD window it works fine. Also, I am unsure where Fisheye is trying to run this command from, so I cant test it from the same directory location.

Thanks for any help you can give!

Try adding Git to your PATH (also try adding the bin directory, not cmd).

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