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MVC website create git repository

MVC website create git repository

(OP)
Hi friends,

not sure where to post this, since there does not seem to be an - active - git forum. pc3
I would like to use Bitbucket & SourceTree for code / version control of an MVC site of mine.
Problem: I guess I am too stupid to get how this is done!

I have created a BB account, a new empty repository and I've created a local clone of that repo using ST. This means I am ready to go. Sort of.
The 101 tutorials however all focus on how to add NEW content. My question: how can I add EXISTING code files / project files/folders to a repository??

I am at a loss here, hope some of you can help me out.

P.S: I am using Visual Web Developer 2010; was using TFS a while back but that thing is a pain in the neck and definitely NOT what I like to work with.

Thanks!

Cheers,
MakeItSo

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RE: MVC website create git repository

(OP)
I'll try another approach.

I'll do a clean install of VS 4 Web Express 2013 + TFS 2013 Express on a clean VM.
Let's see where I get from there....

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” (Kofi Annan)
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RE: MVC website create git repository

(OP)
Solved.
Damnit! Was it so hard to implement a simple line in all those wonderful tutorials?
==>"Simply copy your desired code files and folders directly into the working folder containing your .git folder. Not into the .git but simply next to it. You will immediately see a list of your source files in the SourceTree window.
atom

Life could be so simple...

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