Assembla Git makes it easy for your entire software team to collaborate on code development and changes with built-in features like auditing, permission management, and code reviews. Importing a Git repository directly to Assembla is so simple it can be accomplished in just three easy steps!
Step 1: Create Empty Git Repository in Assembla
Step 2: Clone Current Repository
In your command line, enter the following command to create a mirror clone. This is not a working copy, but will include all of the non-branch refs required to replicate your current repo.
$ git clone --mirror <current_clone_url>
Step 3: Push Mirror Clone to Assembla Repository
Once you've cloned your repo, then use the clone URL (which can be found in your Assembla account) as well as the following command to push your mirror to its new home in Assembla.
$ git push --mirror <assembla_clone_url>
For Users with the New UI
Adding a Repository to Your Space
When creating a new Space, you can create the Space with a repository by checking the Create with repository box on the first step.
Alternatively, if you would like to create a repository in an existing Space, click on the green (+) button and select New Repository. The wizard will ask you to select the Space you would like to create your repository in, as well as what you would like to name your repository and what type of repository it is.
If you would like to import an existing repository from an external location, select Import repository and enter your repository's URL and, if necessary, access credentials.
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