Git, Atlassian, etc., newbie here. Have a "working" Git repo on my Win7 PC (actually a Parallels VM running on my Macbook Pro :-) which I created and to which I have been adding commits using the SourceTree app. So far, so good. But how do I:
Asking for help here because I found the following items confusing (and you can take their clarification as desired enhancements to the product.)
Thanks for any enlightenment :-)
That is a lot of questions seeking a lot of different answers. I am addressing the first 2 in your first set of 3, which boils down to: "How do I get my existing repository into the cloud and linked with SourceTree?"
1. Create a new repository in BitBucket.
2. Click the link to "I have an existing project to push up". That link will give you these commands to run locally (will include your specific remote url):
cd /path/to/my/repo git remote add origin https://firstname.lastname@example.org/owner/repo.git git push -u origin --all # pushes up the repo and its refs for the first time git push -u origin --tags # pushes up any tags
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