A Sourcetree newbie needs help :-P
So, I have been using Github and have several repos on it. I plan to start creating all my new repos on Bitbucket, but plan to keep the old ones on Github, at least for a while.
Been using Github for Windows, which has a slick interface, but is very basic in terms of features. So I figured, well, maybe I'll just use SourceTree for Windows for both my Github and Bitbucket repos.
Downloaded, installed Sourcetree. Used Setup Wizard so it can log into my Github and Bitbucket repos.
The problem is I'm not sure how to tell Sourcetree that I already have local copies of the repos, and where they are located.
If it was connected before, it is still connected. (The definition of the remote(s) is a property of the clone, stored in the .git folder and does not change with the client you use.)
If you want to double-check, you can open the repository settings and see the address there. ("Settings" button on the top right; you need to open the bookmark first.)
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