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Add Existing Local Repository programmatically [message #899102] Mon, 30 July 2012 14:49
Jason Litton is currently offline Jason LittonFriend
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I'm doing some exploration on how to bundle different versions of a project. The ideal situation would be to include a local git repository with a different branch for each version. We're already shipping with Egit installed, but I would like to have the repository show up and be connected to the primary project the first time the application launches. So, I'm wondering if this is even possible. Are there hooks I can grab somewhere that will allow me to check if the repository is present and then add it automatically if it's not?
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