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Question about how to use Pydev & Git Together [message #1730319] Sun, 24 April 2016 15:46 Go to next message
Ben Harper is currently offline Ben HarperFriend
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I've been playing around with eclipse 4.5.2 + Egit + viplugin. Until now I've always been more productive just using bash with all it's powers (aliases, macros, etc...) xterms, vim and a linux desktop. I'm going back into developing in C/C++/Java so I'm being influenced to start working with an IDE.

How do I incorporate these together? My company has an internal github we use.

I want to create a pydev project then clone my git project into this pydev project. Do my work. Then commit and push back to this repo?

Is this possible? I can't seem to get this working. What steps do I take? I have the pydev and egit perspectives open.

ie:

1) Create my pydev project as /home/user/devel/myproject
2) Clone my github project down into /home/user/devel/myproject

So my root project directory looks like this:

/home/user/devel/myproject/.git
/home/user/devel/myproject/.gitignore
/home/user/devel/myproject/.project
/home/user/devel/myproject/.pydevproject
/home/user/devel/myproject/.pycharmproject (I also use pycharm)
/home/user/devel/myproject/src

Am I going about this wrong or using the wrong git plugin?

Thx for any help.


Re: Question about how to use Pydev & Git Together [message #1730450 is a reply to message #1730319] Mon, 25 April 2016 22:40 Go to previous message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin DahyabhaiFriend
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The EGit User Guide can be found here. Hopefully your company has practices in place for how they want you to use git repositories.

Nitin Dahyabhai
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