I was very annoyed with jazz.net as I had to type in my username and password every time I pushed or pulled something to the repository. But then on stackoverflow I found the solution for mac:
[code]git config –global credential.helper osxkeychain[/code]
this allows you to use the normal OS X keychain to store the git credentials. In the link you find also windows and linux solutions.
For my mobile application I wanted to start from the ibm sample bluemix application ‘bluelist’ but then store my source code in my own repository at github. For this to do I as follows :
- I create a new repo at github.
- I clone the repo from the ibm repo to my local machine.
- git remote rename origin upstream
- git remote add origin email@example.com:den53/bluelist.git
- git push -u origin master
To pull in patches from upstream, I simply run git pull upstream master && git push origin master.