|Re: ERROR in org.eclipse.ui.examples.presentation.git [message #528111 is a reply to message #527971]
||Mon, 19 April 2010 11:34
Originally posted by: david.coleman.globant.com|
I sure wish it was that easy. I just downloaded the newest git and I get
this little gem of on my command line:
Initialized empty Git repository in
error: inflate: data stream error (invalid code lengths set)
fatal: object a512ff58f4df33989c374b1412616df59807d5dc is corrupted
I really want this repo, I've battled with Eclipse's horrid single row of
editor tabs presentation ever since Zend made the move to the Eclipse
platform and I just simply hate it. I do find many things about Eclipse to
be useful and even impressive, *except* the presentation flexibility.
(sorry all you Eclipse die-hards out there, but I'm a purist.) I like my
applications to be simple and functional. Eclipse has way to much chrome
and way too little configuration of said chrome for my taste.
Please help me. I've just installed TortiseGIT and I'm going to reboot and
try my luck with that.
Thank you to all, and please do not think I'm bashing Eclipse. I'm just
voicing some long held frustration with the UI. Quite frankly, I think that
most ppl who "don't like eclipse" would list the UI as one of their primary
reasons. Me, I use it out of recognition for all the things that it does
*right* ignroing those that I don't agree with. Most ppl are not so
forgiving. (Also I refuse to give up my Zend, and they have chosen Eclipse,
so I must accept it.) :-)
Thank you all again.
"Ralf Ebert" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi David,
>> $ git clone
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/git/org.eclipse.ui/org.eclipse.ui.exa mples.presentation.git
> I just cloned this repository via http, could it be that you're using an
> old version of git?
> - Ralf
> Learn how to contribute to Eclipse here: http://eclipse.org/contribute/
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