|Re: EGit could not detect where Git is installed [message #1098627 is a reply to message #935935]
||Sat, 31 August 2013 11:26
| Yann Weyland
Registered: August 2013
I found information somewhere else concerning the home variable. I specify that I have Juno service release 1 installed on a win7 64bits service pack 1 (german version, so sorry about the fact that I don't know the exact corresponding names in other languages).
- Open the control panel (with display of every element).
- Then click on System.
- On the left part of the window that poped up, you should find something like "extended system settings", click on it.
- On the popup "system property", check the tab "extended" and on the bottom of it, it should be a button "environment variables". Click it.
- To finish, on this last new window, click the new button and write as name HOME and as value %USERPROFILE%
After validation, it should automatically display something else for the variable content (at least by me it's so). In my
I added the home variable on the upper part (user's variables, not in the system variable) and now I get any message about it any longer at the end of eclipse start.
[Updated on: Sun, 01 September 2013 13:23]
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