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Wednesday, 31 March 2021

How to work with Google Source Repository?

Though, You can use any source code management system in your google project but to utilize the Google Source Repositories comes will a little benefits. 
Today, we are going to checkout how we have to configure and use the Google Source Repositories. 

    Google Source Repositories are same as any other git based repositories such as GitHub, GitLab or BitBucket and follows the same protocol as well. So it is really easy to setup and use. Without further ado, Let's jump on the steps we have to execute with assumption you are using a Linux OS- 

1. Create Google Source Repository -

2. Generate the SSH
        If you dont have the SSH keys in your system generate it via below commands - 
    ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048 -C "your-email-id@gmail.com" 


If you are using Windows OS, you might need to install OpenSSH tool in your system to enable it for SSH - 

3. Register Your SSH Keys
        You have generated the SSH keys in last step, Next, we have to register it on Google Source Repo - https://source.cloud.google.com/user/ssh_keys?register=true , Here, we have to use public key (*.pub)

4. Clone the Repository
        Now, You can clone the repository by below commands - 
        eval $(ssh-agent); ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa   # If using Linux
   git clone ssh://your-email-id@gmail.com@source.developers.google.com:2022/p/your-project-id/r/repo-name

5. Work with your Repo
        Next, you can start working with your repository as any other git repo system.
   cd  repo-name
   echo "This is a google repo" >> ReadMe.md
   git add ReadMe.md
   git commit -m "This is my initial commit"
   git push -u origin master


        
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