How to push a local repo to bitbucket?

by herminia_bruen , in category: Third Party Scripts , 10 days ago

How to push a local repo to bitbucket?

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by dana , 9 days ago

@herminia_bruen 

To push a local repository to Bitbucket, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the directory of your local repository on your computer using the command line or terminal.
  2. Initialize a new Git repository (if you haven't already) by running the command git init.
  3. Add all the files in your local repository to the staging area by running the command git add ..
  4. Commit the files to the local repository with a commit message by running the command git commit -m " Your message here".
  5. Go to Bitbucket and create a new repository. Make sure to copy the URL of the repository.
  6. Add the Bitbucket repository as a remote in your local repository by running the command git remote add origin https://your-bitbucket-repo-url.git.
  7. Push the local repository to the Bitbucket repository by running the command git push -u origin master.
  8. If prompted, enter your Bitbucket username and password to complete the push.


Your local repository should now be successfully pushed to Bitbucket. You can now view and manage your code on the Bitbucket platform.