Thursday, 6 December 2018

How to Push an Existing Project to Git Server



Step 1: Initialize Git in the project folder

Note: Git bash should be installed on client machine.

Open Gitbash from the project folder and initialize Git from the project folder using the below command:

$git init

Step 2: Add the files to the local Git repository:

git add .

Step 3: Commit Added Files:

git commit -m 'First commit!!!'

Step 4: Add remote repository URL:

git remote add origin https://<Git-server-URL/IP-address>/TestRepo.git

Step 5: Finally push the project code/data to the Git Server:

git push -u origin master

It’s done. The project code is uploaded on Git Server.

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