Earlier, I wrote about a way to import an exisiting git project into bitbucket. I’ve since discovered a much easier way to do this using git’s own commands. Instead of having to use git’s daemon mode and have bitbucket import your repository, you should setup a new bitbucket repository and push to it. Assume you have a new repository, do the following two commands at your terminal. The key is the -u switch, which sets the master branch to track the remote repository.
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:user/newproject.git git push -u email@example.com:user/newproject.git master:master
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