Bitbucket git

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  1. Rich
    Rich avatar
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    Feb 2012

    Posted 15 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    I have a new project I am trying to push to git. 

    It is a very very simple app right now. Doesn't almost nothing, but it has Kendo in it. I can't commit my changes. It just sits there for a long time then it dies with the error: "SR.net_http_client_execution_errror"

    I am using Windows 8 and Graphite. I use git daily so I know the process.. commit to local, then push to remote. I can't get past the commit to local. 
  2. Rich
    Rich avatar
    22 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2012

    Posted 15 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    I finally got it committed, but now I can't push. (the only way to get it committed was  to do 30-40 files at a time)

    Now though I am getting: Exception of type 'Sharpen.EOFException' was thrown
  3. Kaloyan
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    Posted 18 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Rich,

    I was able to configure my project under Bitbucket version control without any issues. The workflow I used is as follows:
    1. Create your repository in Bitbucket;
    2. Open your project inside the Graphite client;
    3. Select Configure Remote Repository from the Version Control menu;
    4. There, paste the repository url and click Ok;
    5. Next, you will need to Push your project to Bitbucket. This is done by clicking Push from the Version Control menu;
    6. Finally, you should be able to Commit and respectively Push future changes.

    However, if the above does not help, we will require some more information in order to help you:

    • Is your repository public or private?
    • Is there any chance for the repository type to be mercurial instead of git?
    • Are there any files inside your project with formats that are not supported by Bitbucket?

    Please, let me know with the results.

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