FAQ:

How do I push to Github?

If you’d like to open source all or part of a project in a private BowTie repo, you can add Github as an additional remote using git’s native multi-remote capability. To set up GitHub as a new remote from the command line, follow these steps:

  1. Create a new repository on Github
  2. Run $ git remote -v (This will show you a list of your current remote repositories.)
  3. Add the new remote with $ git remote add github [SSH clone URL] (e.g. ‘git@github.com:example/example.git’)
  4. Check your new remote with $ git remote -v
  5. Run $ git push github to push changes to Github.

For more details about using git remotes, see the git guide on the feature.

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