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All posts tagged Bitbucket

Handy Git Commands

Import an Existing Repo, Hosted on a Remote, eg: BitBucket or GitHub: cd /your/local/directory git clone git@github.com:reponame/domainname.git Create a Brand New (Local) Repo, & Add a (Bare) Remote: cd /your/local/directory git init git add . git commit -m “Begin! Import all existing web files” Then we add the remote (bare) . . . Read more

How To Use & Understand Git for Beginners

For non-programmers or other knowledge workers like designers or copy writers – here are some resources for understanding what the hell “git” is and how and why we should use it. I’m still learning… but these resources really helped me reach a new understanding and eased some of my intimidation… . . . Read more

Developer Tools

Source Control These tools are used to help coordinate developer changes to projects. Git (Used to track and merge changes to code) Bitbucket (GUI front-end to GIT. Allows for project specific permissions on projects)   Source Control Howtos: Installing Git : http://git-scm.com/book/en/Getting-Started-Installing-Git Git GUIs: http://code.google.com/p/tortoisegit/ (Windows)     Local Development Local development . . . Read more