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Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #518976] Fri, 05 March 2010 15:33 Go to next message
Alan Chaney is currently offline Alan ChaneyFriend
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Hi

Is it possible or advisable to use one git repository for more than one eclipse project? I have a pretty complex set of plug-ins broken into a lot of small eclipse projects and I'm not really that keen on having one git repository for each one, if only because when I push to a public server I may well end up with multiple push operations to keep all of the projects in sync. I'd prefer to have one git repository for a feature and the specific projects which are the core of that feature, if possible.

Thanks in advance

Alan Chaney
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #519014 is a reply to message #518976] Fri, 05 March 2010 17:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ekkehard gentz is currently offline ekkehard gentzFriend
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Am 05.03.10 16:33, schrieb Alan Chaney:
> Hi
>
> Is it possible or advisable to use one git repository for more than
> one eclipse project? I have a pretty complex set of plug-ins broken
> into a lot of small eclipse projects and I'm not really that keen on
> having one git repository for each one, if only because when I push to
> a public server I may well end up with multiple push operations to
> keep all of the projects in sync. I'd prefer to have one git
> repository for a feature and the specific projects which are the core
> of that feature, if possible.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Alan Chaney
>
Alan,

I described it here how to use one repository for multi projects:
http://ekkescorner.wordpress.com/blog-series/git-mercurial/w orkflow-create-multi-project-repositories-egit/

ekke

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Am 05.03.10 16:33, schrieb Alan Chaney:
<blockquote cite="mid:hmr893$svk$1@build.eclipse.org" type="cite">Hi
<br>
<br>
Is it possible or advisable to use one git repository for more than one
eclipse project? I have a pretty complex set of plug-ins broken into a
lot of small eclipse projects and I'm not really that keen on having
one git repository for each one, if only because when I push to a
public server I may well end up with multiple push operations to keep
all of the projects in sync. I'd prefer to have one git repository for
a feature and the specific projects which are the core of that feature,
if possible.
<br>
<br>
Thanks in advance
<br>
<br>
Alan Chaney
<br>
<br>
</blockquote>
Alan,<br>
<br>
I described it here how to use one repository for multi projects:<br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href=" http://ekkescorner.wordpress.com/blog-series/git-mercurial/w orkflow-create-multi-project-repositories-egit/"> http://ekkescorner.wordpress.com/blog-series/git-mercurial/w orkflow-create-multi-project-repositories-egit/</a><br>
<br>
ekke<br>
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Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #519016 is a reply to message #519014] Fri, 05 March 2010 17:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alan Chaney is currently offline Alan ChaneyFriend
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Thanks, ekke

That's very helpful - exactly what I needed to know.

Regards

Alan
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #519197 is a reply to message #519016] Sun, 07 March 2010 23:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Matthias Sohn is currently offline Matthias SohnFriend
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You may also first create all projects under a common directory and then create a common repository for all projects in one go:
- create the Eclipse projects e.g. a,b,c under a common directory e.g. d1
- select all projects a,b,c
- from context menu click "Team" > "Share Project" > "Git"
- press "Next"
- select all projects a,b,c
- the wizard automatically moves up the default repository location to the parent folder d1since multiple projects have been selected
- click "Create Repository"
- click "Finish"
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #521163 is a reply to message #519197] Tue, 16 March 2010 10:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lars Vogel is currently offline Lars VogelFriend
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Hi Matthias,

thank for this information. I added it to:
http://www.vogella.de/articles/EGit/article.html

Cheers, Lars
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On 07.03.2010 15:55, Matthias Sohn wrote:
> You may also first create all projects under a common directory and then
> create a common repository for all projects in one go:
> - create the Eclipse projects e.g. a,b,c under a common directory e.g. d1
> - select all projects a,b,c
> - from context menu click "Team" > "Share Project" > "Git"
> - press "Next"
> - select all projects a,b,c
> - the wizard automatically moves up the default repository location to
> the parent folder d1since multiple projects have been selected
> - click "Create Repository"
> - click "Finish"
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #577970 is a reply to message #519014] Fri, 05 March 2010 17:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alan Chaney is currently offline Alan ChaneyFriend
Messages: 20
Registered: January 2010
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Thanks, ekke

That's very helpful - exactly what I needed to know.

Regards

Alan
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #578003 is a reply to message #577970] Sun, 07 March 2010 23:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Matthias Sohn is currently offline Matthias SohnFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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You may also first create all projects under a common directory and then create a common repository for all projects in one go:
- create the Eclipse projects e.g. a,b,c under a common directory e.g. d1
- select all projects a,b,c
- from context menu click "Team" > "Share Project" > "Git"
- press "Next"
- select all projects a,b,c
- the wizard automatically moves up the default repository location to the parent folder d1since multiple projects have been selected
- click "Create Repository"
- click "Finish"
Re: Using one repository for multiple eclipse projects [message #578278 is a reply to message #578003] Tue, 16 March 2010 15:18 Go to previous message
Lars Vogel is currently offline Lars VogelFriend
Messages: 1054
Registered: July 2009
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Hi Matthias,

thank for this information. I added it to:
http://www.vogella.de/articles/EGit/article.html

Cheers, Lars
--
http://www.vogella.de/ - Eclipse plugin and Eclipse RCP Tutorials
http://www.twitter.com/vogella - vogella on Twitter

On 07.03.2010 15:55, Matthias Sohn wrote:
> You may also first create all projects under a common directory and then
> create a common repository for all projects in one go:
> - create the Eclipse projects e.g. a,b,c under a common directory e.g. d1
> - select all projects a,b,c
> - from context menu click "Team" > "Share Project" > "Git"
> - press "Next"
> - select all projects a,b,c
> - the wizard automatically moves up the default repository location to
> the parent folder d1since multiple projects have been selected
> - click "Create Repository"
> - click "Finish"
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