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September 2020

β€” Btw i started working on that dead editor project recently

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Hi everyone, it's been a while.

I need help using bitbucket. I know this is not a javascript question but some of you here might've used it.

working on a project with my colleague, he pushed a code to the repo and asked me to pull, i downloaded the project instead and can't run it without node module.

do i have to install each dependencies manually, run it, make my change, and push it with the whole node module?( Now you see i don't understand a thing yet).

Any help from anyone would be appreciated.
Thank you in advanceπŸ™πŸ½

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β€” Who's the master there, you should ask him🀀 i mean why don't they show you how to make that project run. the question is too generic man

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β€” We work remote where everybody plays their part, if should be reporting a issue, it shouldn't be " how to use bitbucket".
And hey, if you know how to use it please shareπŸ™‚

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β€” You always just push the description of the node modules (package.json)

β€” Which describes what modules are needed

β€” You need a command line to execute npm install - this gets you all the node_modules

β€” Thank you very much martinmuzatko .

Tried it and it worked.

one more thing. when pushing the project to bitbucket, how do i push from vs code without including the node module folder

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β€” There is probably a file called .gitignore. It tells git to not commit the node_modules

β€” It contains a list of folders and files not to publish (as glob patterns)

β€” Your IDE (vs code) will probably gray it out already