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Is their a way to share the project between students [message #1778891] Sat, 23 December 2017 02:06 Go to next message
Ball Ha is currently offline Ball HaFriend
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Could use some guidance. I work for in IT for a school that is getting ready to do a robotics program next semester. I was tasked with installing Eclipse and Java JDK in preparation for this. That was all the information I was given.

Now the questions. What version of eclipse and Java do I need to get them started. We use single sign on and everyone has their own login. Is their a way to share the project between students? Any guidance would be helpful, not getting alot of information form actual use end.
Re: Is their a way to share the project between students [message #1778896 is a reply to message #1778891] Sat, 23 December 2017 07:19 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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You can get the latest Eclipse from and use the links there to install or download the Java package but before that get a JDK 9 from or a JDK 8 from and install that first. The best way to share projects is via a source code control (team) mechanism such as Git. All the Eclipse packages come with EGit installed and with a free account at you have everything you need to maintain the projects in Git.
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