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Trying to execute git command from mingw32  RSS feed

 
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i try to execute git command which is installed in my windows
(bitbucket mingw32 git )

the command:



   

the code which execute the git :


   
getting error:

   ERROR> Cloning into 'my_project'...
   ERROR> bash: /dev/tty: No such device or address
   ERROR> error: failed to execute prompt script (exit code 1)
   ERROR> fatal: could not read Password for 'https://user@bitbucket.org': Invalid argument
   Exception in thread "main" java.lang.AssertionError: runCommand returned 128
    at Utils.runCommand(Utils.java:71)
    at Main.main(tester.java:38)
 
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Have you installed the latest Git version, and enabled support for the Windows Credential Manager?

I believe what's happening here is that Git is trying to get the user's credentials to connect to the repository, and it's trying to do it by running a command through /dev/tty (the current console window).

Newer versions of Git allow you to use Window's built in credential manager, which will pop up a window for you to enter your username and password.

Anyway, why are you sending commands to Git through the console, instead of just using a library like JGit?
 
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Jgit have its own implemention of how to call git
I want to use what I have installed and know , that is native git commands , and I have allot .
This is way I want to use git as I used to
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