Re: [git-users] Can I use GitHub ?

2013-08-30 Thread Kyle Gordon
Hi,

Yes, you should be able to integrate Eclipse with Github, using the Git
plugin here http://eclipse.github.com

I'm not an Eclipse user, so I can't say much more than that, although I do
know the Android Studio application also has Github integration built in to
it. I downloaded a Github project straight into the Studio just yesterday,
and never went near the command line.

It's worth noting too that Github and Git are two different things. Git is
the source control, and Github is an online service providing access to a
source control repository. A bit like how WebSVN provides access to a
Subversion repository.

Hope this helps. Enjoy!

Kyle
On 30 Aug 2013 02:58, Varun Prasad Yadav Gunasekaran 
varunprasa...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello All,

 I am entirely new to Git but I do have exposure with source control
 systems in the past.
 Heres the thing :

 I would like to publish my android project and I heard that Git can be
 integrated with Eclipse. Is it true ?.
 Also do note that my OS of development is Ubuntu 13.04.

 Can I use Git for version controlling in this setup (Ubuntu, Git and
 Eclipse) ?

 Thanks for your time

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Re: [git-users] Can I use GitHub ?

2013-08-30 Thread TC Wan

On Friday, August 30, 2013 2:36:30 PM UTC+8, Kyle Gordon wrote:

 Hi,

 Yes, you should be able to integrate Eclipse with Github, using the Git 
 plugin here http://eclipse.github.com


I am using the latest version of Eclipse CDT Kepler which comes with Git 
support already built in. 
It works pretty well, though I still prefer to do the pull and push outside 
of Eclipse since the SSH passphrase can be cached when using the terminal.

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Re: [git-users] Can I use GitHub ?

2013-08-29 Thread William Seiti Mizuta
First of all, Git is different of Github. Git is a version control system
and Github is an online service where you can keep your git projects.

Now, answering your questions:
- Git is a cross-platform software. You can use it in Linux, Mac and
Windows. In Ubuntu, there is a package where you can install using apt-get.
- With git installed, you will be able to use it in command line. But, if
you don't want use in command line, there is some softwares that offers you
a GUI experience. Also, there is a plugin in eclipse that integrates with
Git (EGit).


William Seiti Mizuta
@williammizuta
Caelum | Ensino e Inovação
www.caelum.com.br


On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 10:58 PM, Varun Prasad Yadav Gunasekaran 
varunprasa...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello All,

 I am entirely new to Git but I do have exposure with source control
 systems in the past.
 Heres the thing :

 I would like to publish my android project and I heard that Git can be
 integrated with Eclipse. Is it true ?.
 Also do note that my OS of development is Ubuntu 13.04.

 Can I use Git for version controlling in this setup (Ubuntu, Git and
 Eclipse) ?

 Thanks for your time

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