Want to master the world of Bitbucket? As a future master-of-the-universe, you need to make sure to order all the right supplies. This mission provides two tools to get you going: Bitbucket and Sourcetree.
If you decide you want to commit a project you have hosted on your machine into BitBucket and you’re using Sourcetree to manage it, you’ll find that there is no straightforward way to do that. When you try to create a new Repo inside Sourcetree, it demands that the project starts in a new, empty folder. There is no option to setup a new repo from existing files. This means it’s actually stupidly impossible to commit existing project files into a fresh repository in one smooth operation.
People have posted alternative ways of getting around this but the simplest way to do it goes like this:
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Bitbucket sign-in No additional account signup required to use Sourcetree. Use your existing Bitbucket Server or Data Center credentials to confirm your identity when using the product. A tool that users know and love. If you do choose to use SourceTree as a GUI Git client, you'll need to add your BitBucket credentials to SourceTree. Let's do that now. Open the SourceTree app. Click the 'Gear' icon in the top right corner and select 'Settings'. Bitbucket and SourceTree are primarily classified as 'Code Collaboration & Version Control' and 'Source Code Management Desktop Apps' tools respectively. Some of the features offered by Bitbucket are: Unlimited private repositories, charged per user.
- Create a repo inside BitBucket
- Create a new folder on your machine which will act as a placeholder
- In SourceTree go through the new repository dialogs and link it to the repo on Bitbucket and the folder you created in step 2.
- After completing step 3 there will be a .git folder in your placeholder folder, move it to where you actual project files exist
- SourceTree will automatically figure out that the folder was moved, you can delete this bookmark
- Re-add the project by dragging the folder containing your project files and .git folder into SourceTree
- Now you can commit your files into BitBucket from SourceTree
It’s the easiest way because it takes advantage of the fact that .git folders can be easily moved without messing things up in SourceTree.
Connect to your Bitbucket or GitHub accounts securely and with ease in the latest versions of SourceTree for Windows and Mac. These versions of SourceTree fully support OAuth 2.0. Users with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) enabled can connect to both services via OAuth and be guided through the standard two-factor login flow. Navigate to the Account Management screen to update your already connected accounts from Basic to OAuth today!
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Also, gone are the days of manually creating and storing SSH keys via command line. Released in version 2.4 for Mac, SourceTree automates the whole process with a single click of a button. Whenever you edit an existing account or add a new one you’ll notice a new “Generate Key” button on the Account Details screen. Click that button and we’ll take care of the rest.
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