So I was just stumbling through setting up a new project and getting it deployed when I hit this little gem:
❯ git push -u origin main error: src refspec main does not match any error: failed to push some refs to 'github.com:fuzzygroup/cartazzi.git'
I did the obligatory "scratch my chin and play with my beard" that you do when you are confused (and it is late and you are tired). And then I realized – "Oh crap, it is NEW; I bet I never added yet." And lo and behold – a simple add / commit and push worked! Crappy ass error message though. Sigh.
Note: Deployment first development is my new best practice – make things deploy initially when they are still simple. This is particularly easy when you use a deployment engine like HatchBox
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