posted this on November 16, 2011 11:59
Since October, 2011, BitBucket provides Git support. However, as of this writing Cloud9 IDE assumes that any repository that you want to clone from BitBucket is a Mercurial repository. As a result, if you have a Git repository in BitBucket and try to clone to edit this project from the dashboard, the cloning will fail.
You can get around this problem easily by fixing the url that Cloud9 IDE generates when you attempt to clone. When cloning a BitBucket repository, Cloud9 IDE uses a source url like the following:
To clone a Git repository from BitBucket, change the url to look like this:
Notice the following differences:
We have removed ssh://
We have changed hg to git
We have added .git at the end of the url
We have replaced the slash (/) after bitbucket.org with a colon (:).
Now, you should be able to clone your git repository from BitBucket.