What I have so far, in the Installation Details: is
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Pat Farrell Messages: 8 Registered: November 2009 Location: Outside Washington DC
Thanks, but for some reason, the Help -> Install New Software brings up a dialog box "Available Software" that can take a URL. So I put "http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates" and press ADD. This causes yet another dialog box "Add Repository" that takes a "name" and "location.
Its has two additional buttons, Local and Archive. Clicking them brings up a File open/save dialog box.
Clicking "OK" after entering "egitxyz" in the name, and the http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates in the "location"
It responds with "There is no site selected"
So I don't know how to proceed, the flow that I"m seeing doesn't match Lars' tutorial or any of the other help that I've found.
Most of the help says that git is already installed in most modern releases of Eclipse. I'm running Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
Version: Juno Service Release 1
Build id: 20121004-1855