I’ve created a project on Red Hat openshift now i want to know about how can i connect it with my bit-bucket account to maintain and handle my openshift Project with bit-bucket
I have a Laravel project. I’m using Git to upload projects into Bitbucket but the vendor folder is not shown. Why not? All files have been uploaded except the vendor folder.
I would like to start to use bitbucket, I’ve made the tutorial’s steps to connect to their server. link Bit something always wrong with the config file. I use ubuntu 12.10. root@peter-VPCEH1M1E:/home/peter/Dropbox/C++/Qt/sql/.git# git push email@example.com:erbal/sql.git /root/.ssh/config: line 1: Bad configuration option: [core] /root/.ssh/config: line 2: Bad configuration option: repositoryformatversion /root/.ssh/config: line 3: Bad configuration option: […]
I installed Eclipse Mars enabled the Git perspective and imported a repository. It looks fine, but Eclipse is not behaving normal I can’t create new files and search is not finding anything outside the file I’m in. What is the proper way to import repositories/projects from GitHub, Bitbucket and other Git Hosts?
I have git setup on my web hosting and on an account at Bitbucket which are both linked. How can I revert back to my first commit on both my hosting (which I am logged into via SSH and has git installed ready and working) and on Bitbucket? I have tried: git checkout 965a793 Then […]
I am not able to clone my repository to my remote EC2 ubuntu instance using my deployment key. Here are the steps I followed. I deleted the existing deployment keys I had in my bitbucket account I cleaned ~/.ssh/know_hosts following https://stackoverflow.com/a/26520681/808734 I generated my new key following these steps and added it as a deployment […]
Here are the steps I take. I open Xcode (4.3.3) organizer and select Checkout or Clone Repository I choose the location https://MyUsername@bitbucket.org/MyUsername/myrepo.git Press Clone button and it successfully clones it on my local disk So I open the local copy of the project and perform some changes to it. When I try to commit changes […]
They seem to be synonyms, but I can’t tell quite yet. Basing this off the Subversion vs. DVCS debate here.
Is it possible to create a fork in butbucket from a specific commit in a repo? I don’t want to clone the repo to my machine and then push back. Is there a way to do it from the web interface?
i want to know if it’s possible to clone all repositories in a team from bitbucket since git. Thanks in advance.