How do I hook this up to Amazon Web Services (Elastic Beanstalk)

I recently switched to Amazon Web Services and was wondering if it's possible to link up Source Tree to the git repository that they create to update the FTP.

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I haven't used this myself, but so long as it's a standard Git remote, you can simply use the URL as a remote in SourceTree (Settings in the top-right of the repository toolbar). SourceTree can clone / pull / push with any Git remote that has a reachable URL.

This question has recently come up again via How do i push to Amazon Elastic Beanstalk from SourceTree?, please see the answers from Seth Foss and Andrés Boedo for details, in summary:

[...] you should be able to get what you want pretty easily with custom actions.

In Windows, these can be set up in Tools > Options. For Mac, the tab is in Preferences.

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In case anyone wants to do the same thing, what I created was a Custom Action, which runs the script: /usr/bin/git with parameters aws.push

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