|Re: Commit failed. Ref must be HEAD and is HEAD [message #990519 is a reply to message #990515]
||Wed, 12 December 2012 20:53
| Mark Macdonald
Registered: July 2009
Yes, it sounds like the repository that Mr. Burns cloned was uninitialized, so Orion's Git features can't deal with it. Here's how to recover from this:|
* In Orion, go to the Repositories page, click Init Repository, then click More.
* Select Existing Folder, and browse to the uninitialized clone that you created. Select it and click OK.
This will initialize your Git repository, so you should be able to commit to it at this point, and push back to Bitbucket.
[Updated on: Wed, 12 December 2012 20:58]
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