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How to push a local GIT repository to Bitbucket

Written by Ian Carnaghan · 18 sec read >
  1. Launch Bitbucket
  2. Click on Repositary -> Create Repository
  3. Enter your Repository name
  4. Set the access level to This is a private repository
  5. Set Repository type to GIT
  6. Click on Create Repository
  7. Using GIT on the command line, execute the next set of commands:
    cd /path/to/my/repository
    git remote add origin https://[email protected]/<username>/<repositoryname>.git
    git push -u origin --all # pushes up the repo and its refs for the first time
    git push origin --tags # pushes up tags

Last Updated On April 07, 2018
Written by Ian Carnaghan
I am a software developer and online educator who likes to keep up with all the latest in technology. I also manage cloud infrastructure, continuous monitoring, DevOps processes, security, and continuous integration and deployment. In my spare time I teach undergraduate classes in web development. Profile

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