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Forking a Github repo to Bitbucket
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|Go to Bitbucket and create a new repository (its better to have an empty repo)
|git clone email@example.com:abc/myforkedrepo.git
|Now add Github repo as a new remote in Bitbucket called "sync"
|git remote add sync firstname.lastname@example.org:def/originalrepo.git
|Verify what are the remotes currently being setup for "myforkedrepo". This following command should show "fetch" and "push" for two remotes i.e. "origin" and "sync"
|git remote -v
|Now do a pull from the "master" branch in the "sync" remote
|git pull sync master
|Setup a local branch called "github"track the "sync" remote's "master" branch
|git branch --set-upstream github sync/master
|Now push the local "master" branch to the "origin" remote in Bitbucket.
|git push -u origin master