I’ve been using eclipse for java android development for 6 months and I love the compare editor. In the last few days I have been hacking away and I think I have all my git ducks in a row, or close enough that things are clean and neat and I can find old working versions […]
I am using Eclipse Luna, and I am trying to import a project from github. However, it says “Internal error; consult Eclipse error log” when I pasted the URI in: The project is valid. I’ve tried a few projects, and they all worked on my older Juno version of eclipse, but all failed on Luna, […]
I am new with both Git and GitHub so please bear with me. I have an empty repository on GitHub with an automatically created branch (gh-pages), which, I understand, is supposed to be used with GitHub’s pages functionality. Now what I would like to do is to create and eclipse project from which I could […]
I have added a new GIT repo (private github repo) to Eclipse EGit repo explorer. In the working directory, our team has many projects – some python, some C++, some PHP – they are in different sub-directories. I choose a dir with python project and from the context menu I select “Import” then complete the […]
I am unable to install Eclipse plugin for Git (EGit) in my Eclipse (Helios version 2). Have tried to install EGit through url in eclipse install new Software : http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates I am getting below error : Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: Eclipse EGit […]
I created a git repository on my local computer: git init git add TestGit.java git commit -m “Start” I then went into Eclipse and chose to import and create a new project from that Git repo. During the Wizard steps, it recognized the .git directory and saw it as a repo (when I check in […]
I just installed the EGit plugin for Eclipse, restarted Eclipse and it shows well in the Installed Software list but… I can’t find any added menus or access to its features? What am I missing? To prove that I am not hallucinating here is a screenshot of the list: But there is no hint or […]
I see this for egit‘s Push to Upstream: It says “Push current branch.” When I use it, all branches get pushed instead of only the current one. Is there a way to configure it to push only the current branch?
I’m trying to implement a modified Integration-Manager workflow similar to what’s described in ProGit. Instead of an integration manager performing the merges, I want developers to merge locally before publishing their code, and I want a Quality Gateway that enforces our continuous integration standards, such as a minimum level of code coverage and 100% tests […]
could please anybody tell us if it is possible and if it is not, what is the best alternative to do it ? This is how it would be done in command line : git checkout HEAD~1 — path/to/file But if the project is big, navigating to that file in cmd can be annoying ….