I have JUST created a new github repo on the website. Keep in mind that I am a noob but can do basic things in terminal. Anyway, so I just created the repo on my account on github.com and didn't do a single thing to it yet.
So all I want to do is take my Xcode project folder and upload it to my new github repo. How do I do this via terminal?
The best way really is to follow the instructions GitHub gives you:
First, go the correct directory
cd <directory of your Xcode project>
It sound like you've already got a local Git project from Xcode. If that's true, skip this code block.
git init . git add . git commit -s <type in a commit message>
Last, push into your repository. The following is copied directly from my own github account, after I created a new "test" repo. Change the "dhalperi/test" part.
Push an existing repository from the command line
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:dhalperi/test.git git push -u origin master