|Re: inquiry about integration with GitHub Enterprise [message #1816107 is a reply to message #1816096]
||Mon, 21 October 2019 11:16
| Thomas Wolf
Registered: August 2016
That's a very old version: Eclipse Mars.2, which included EGit 4.1.1, which is 4 years old. There have been many improvements in EGit since then. The last EGit ("Eclipse Git") version that would have run on Java 1.7 is 4.5.x, which is still rather old. But you could try updating to EGit 4.5.0; use Help->Install new software with the update site https://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates-4.5/ .|
But I'd really recommend updating your JVM for running Eclipse to Java 11; at the very least to Java 1.8, and upgrading to a newer Eclipse (for instance 2019-06), and installing a modern EGit (I'd suggest EGit 5.5.1). You can still configure Eclipse to compile and build your Java code against Java 1.7.
If you absolutely need to stick with that old Eclipse Mars.2 version, at least install Java 1.8 and use it to run that Eclipse. Configure it to compile and build against Java 1.7. Then install EGit 5.2.0. That's the last version of EGit that will run on that old Eclipse if you use Java 1.8, and at least this will bring your setup halfway up to date.
[Updated on: Mon, 21 October 2019 11:34]
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