|Git Staging: No repository selected [message #699306]
||Thu, 21 July 2011 10:09
| Andre Heine
Registered: July 2011
since yesterday my "Git Staging View" selects no repo
Or it takes a lot of time. Today I'm waiting since 8.00h,
thats 4 hours...SUCKS!!!!
In the last days the repo was choosen by eclipse or something
automatics... I don't know who connect the view.
Works great the last days...
How can I set this manually?!
Why this works sometimes?!
I think something must be broken in egit, first Team->add/commit
And now, the last chance "Git Staging View" is broken.
That's horrible and unusable, sorry...
What can I do?
Today, I can't get this work. I've tried to dis/connect the repo
from my project. Nothing:()
One time the "Git Staging View" was connected and works fine, after
closing+restart eclipse the same behavoir:
"no selected repository"
Team->commit hangs, no commit possible in a short time (commiting one file takes
From the "Git repostory explorer" the same.
The Git settings points to the correct path and works with the
original console progs fast...
How can I figure out the problem...
Are there more error logs as the "error log view" that can I aktivate or post?!
[Updated on: Thu, 21 July 2011 16:12]
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|Re: Git Staging: No repository selected [message #1289042 is a reply to message #699774]
||Wed, 09 April 2014 02:41
| Jim Renkel
Registered: April 2014
The circumvention suggested below, namely:|
1. Go to "Git Staging" view and click "Link with Editor and Selection"
2. Go to "Git repositories" view, mark the needed repo and via context menu
use "Copy Path to Clipboard" (may be "copy to clipboard" is not needed...)
3. The staging view was connected to the needed repo.
works for me, but this is among the weirdest circumventions I have ever seen!
And the copy-to-clipboard was needed in my case.
I couldn't believe my eyes when I read it ("copy something to clipboard, don't bother pasting it anywhere!"), but it does work.
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