Create a Repository
To create a repository
Navigate to the project in which you want to create a repository.
On the project sidebar, choose Repositories.
On the repositories page, click Create new repository:
Fill out the form:
Enter the repository name and optional description. The name can match or resemble the project name, however two repositories in the same project cannot have the same name.
Default push restrictions: When enabled, the following restrictions will be applied:
Maximum file size is 256 kb
Forbidden files: id_rsa
You can disable or change these restrictions after creating the repository on the Repository Settings page.
Choose from the following:
Create and initialize a repository
Choose this option if you don't have any source code and want to create a new repository from scratch.
Create an empty repository.
Choose this option if you have some source code locally and want to push it to Space.
Migrate a repository from another Git hosting.
Choose this option to fetch a repository from another remote hosting.
Mirror a repository from another Git hosting.
Choose this option if you want to create a synchronized mirror of a repository.
When you're done filling out the form, click Create.
After you created a repository, you can: