Bitbucket With Github Desktop

Google App Engine. This project is a sample, demonstrating how to deploy from Bitbucket, using Bitbucket Pipelines, to Google App Engine, and run an end-to-end test against a staging environment. See documentation on Continuous Deployment to App Engine Using Bitbucket Pipelines for details. Documentation should be considered sufficient only for.

  • Connecting the GitHub app with BitBucket Once you have created a repository, find a place where it displays the address of your new Git repository (e.g. Under Get Started). Then select the URL and then drag the text from your browser, and drop it into the GitHub for Windows app. It will automatically add the repository.
  • GitHub Desktop is a fast and easy way to contribute to projects from Windows and OS X, whether you are a seasoned user or new user, GitHub Desktop is designed to simplify all processes and workflow in your GitHub. GitHub Desktop is an open-source Electron-based GitHub app. It is written in TypeScript and uses React.

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To automate building and testing of your images, you link to your hosted sourcecode service to Docker Hub so that it can access your source coderepositories. You can configure this link for user accounts ororganizations.

Note: If you are linking a source code provider to create autobuilds for a team, follow the instructions to create a service account for the team before linking the account as described below.

Link to a GitHub user account

  1. Log in to Docker Hub using your Docker ID.

  2. Click Account Settings in the top-right dropdown navigation, then open Linked Accounts.

  3. Click Connect for the source provider you want to link.

  4. Review the settings for the Docker Hub Builder OAuth application.

    Note: If you are the owner of any GitHub organizations, you might see options to grant Docker Hub access to them from this screen. You can also individually edit an organization’s third-party access settings to grant or revoke Docker Hub’s access. See Grant access to a GitHub organization to learn more.

  5. Click Authorize docker to save the link.

Link to a Bitbucket user account

  1. Log in to Docker Hub using your Docker ID.

  2. Click Account Settings in the top-right dropdown navigation, then openthe Linked Accounts section.

  3. Click Connect for the source provider you want to link.

  4. If necessary, log in to Bitbucket.

  5. On the page that appears, click Grant access.

Unlink a GitHub user account

To revoke Docker Hub’s access to your GitHub account, you must unlink it bothfrom Docker Hub, and from your GitHub account.

  1. Click Account Settings in the top-right dropdown navigation, then openthe Linked Accounts section.

  2. Click the plug icon next to the source provider you want to remove.

  3. Go to your GitHub account’s Settings page.

  4. Click Applications in the left navigation bar.

  5. Click the .. menu to the right of the Docker Hub Builder application and select Revoke.

Note: Each repository that is configured as an automated build sourcecontains a webhook that notifies Docker Hub of changes in the repository.This webhook is not automatically removed when you revoke access to a sourcecode provider.

Grant access to a GitHub organization

If you are the owner of a GitHub organization, you can grant or revoke DockerHub’s access to the organization’s repositories. Depending on the GitHuborganization’s settings, you may need to be an organization owner.

If the organization has not had specific access granted or revoked before, youcan often grant access at the same time as you link your user account. In thiscase, a Grant access button appears next to the organization name in thelink accounts screen, as shown below. If this button does not appear, you mustmanually grant the application’s access.

To manually grant Docker Hub access to a GitHub organization:

  1. Link your user account using the instructions above.

  2. From your GitHub Account settings, locate the Organization settingssection at the lower left.

  3. Click the organization you want to give Docker Hub access to.

  4. From the Organization Profile menu, click Third-party access.

    The page displays a list of third party applications and their access status.

  5. Click the pencil icon next to Docker Hub Builder.

  6. Click Grant access next to the organization.

Revoke access to a GitHub organization

To revoke Docker Hub’s access to an organization’s GitHub repositories:

  1. From your GitHub Account settings, locate the Organization settings section at the lower left. Rimworld chickens.

  2. Click the organization you want to revoke Docker Hub’s access to.

  3. From the Organization Profile menu, click Third-party access. The page displays a list of third party applications and their access status.

  4. Click the pencil icon next to Docker Hub Builder.

  5. On the next page, click Deny access.

Unlink a Bitbucket user account

To permanently revoke Docker Hub’s access to your Bitbucket account, you mustunlink it both from Docker Hub, and from your Bitbucket account.

  1. Log in to Docker Hub using your Docker ID.

  2. Click Account Settings in the top-right dropdown navigation, then openthe Linked Accounts section.

  3. Click the plug icon next to the source provider you want to remove.

  4. Go to your Bitbucket account and click the user menu icon in the top-right corner.

  5. Click Bitbucket settings.

  6. On the page that appears, click OAuth.

  7. Click Revoke next to the Docker Hub line.

Note: Each repository that is configured as an automated build sourcecontains a webhook that notifies Docker Hub of changes in the repository. Thiswebhook is not automatically removed when you revoke access to a source codeprovider.

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Below is my walkthrough guide, based on my notes as a Git and bitbucket beginner, for setting up bitbucket with SSH and using the newly released GitHub for Windows client with bitbucket (instead of GitHub). In order to avoid confusion, please note that “Git for Windows” and “GitHub for Windows” are not the same.

On May 21st, GitHub for Windows was released. Being a bitbucket user, I wanted to find a way to use GitHub for Windows with bitbucket.

Of course, I had to figure this out prior to Phil Haack’s article on Using GitHub for Windows with non-GitHub repositories. Since my notes were specific to bitbucket I thought I would share.

Before starting, make sure to have a bitbucket and GitHub account created.

Install Git for Windows

Atlassian has a guide for setting up Git (and Mercurial, but that does not apply here).

  1. Download and install “Full installer for official Git for Windows 1.7.10”, use default settings
  2. Open Git Bash and configure your username and email address:
    • git config –global user.name “FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME”
    • git config –global user.email “[email protected]

Setup your Default Identity

Github Desktop For Linux

This step involves creating and configuring an SSH identity. You will create a private and public key. The private key is stored on your local computer and your public key will be uploaded to your Git server (bitbucket). See Using the SSH protocol with bitbucket for detailed information.

Make sure to back these up. If you use a password manager such as KeePass, which I recommend, you can embed these files directly into the KeePass database.

Read Set up SSH for Git for more information on setting up your identity.

To setup your identity, do the following:

  • Launch Git Bash
  • Execute the command (empty password):
    • ssh-keygen
    • If you are planning to use GitHub for Windows you will need to generate your keys with an empty password

The following keys should now be generated:

  • Private Key: C:Users{user}.sshid_rsa
  • Public Key: C:Users{user}.sshid_rsa.pub
Bitbucket With Github Desktop

The next step is to create a config file. The indentation on the 2nd and 3rd lines are required!

Using Github Desktop With Bitbucket Server

Update your .bashrc profile file

Create a .bashrc file in your home directory and set up your GitBash shell to automatically start the agent when launching the shell. Add the following script to your .bashrc file (script provided by GitHub via a post by Joseph M. Reagle Jr. from MIT on the cygwin list):

See Step 5 of Set up SSH for Git for more details.

Add your public key to bitbucket

  1. Account settings > SSH keys
  2. Add a new key with the label: “Default Public Key (nopass)”
  3. Copy the public key (~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub) to bitbucket

Configure to use SSH

Find the clone repository URL’s, use the one for SSH, run the following command, using your repository information:

Create a Local Repository

You now have a local git repository for bitbucket.

Setup GitHub for Windows

Download and install GitHub for Windows

Make a backup of the ‘github_rsa.pub’ SSH public key file. Copy the contents of C:Users{user}.sshid_rsa.pub to this file and save it.

Git

  1. Visit the GitHub site and create an account if you don’t already have one: https://github.com/settings/ssh
  2. Account > Edit your profile > SSH keys
  3. Add a new key with the label: “Default Public Key (nopass)”
  4. Copy the public key (C:Users{user}.sshid_rsa.pub) to GitHub
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    Excellent tip for Windows Users of BitBucket Service.
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