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Working with c9.io and Git (BitBucket)

September 18, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

I have recently discovered c9.io, an online editor + runtime that allow you to work remotely and share with your team. Not only does it allow you to write and test html+css, php, javascript code, you can also push on your git repository with it.

The documentation is not accurate enough for me, so I’ll add a more few lines here:

  • you need to copy your ssh key on your clipboard. you will find it on your c9i workspace

  • then copy it into your bitbucket account settings:

and now you can push into your bitbucket repository from c9.io

For instance:

my repo is     git@bitbucket.org:loictalbot/myrepo.git
git remote add origin git@bitbucket.org:loictalbot/myrepo.git
git add *
git commit - m 'initial revision'
git push -u origin master
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