I am new to bitbucket / git. So i guess here is a newbie question thats not answered in the basic info i have been absorbing so far.....
I have been working on projects to date without using git version control.
Now i am setting it up and starting the basic steps and have cloned a repo locally, for which i am using the command line rather than Sourcetree.
I want to know whether i have to move my original project files over to my new Repo folder that i created and work on them from there? Or whether the repo can look to other directories instead? It will help me link how everything all links together.
Thanks in advance...
It sounds like you’re looking to push some existing (non-gitversioned) code to Bitbucket. If that’s the case, this page (https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/importing-code-from-an-existing-project-776640909.html) should be handy. It runs you through how to initialize a folder as a git repository, then how to tell it where your new Bitbucket repository is on the server and push your first commit.
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