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Tag Archives: egit
One big feature that used to be missing in EGit compared to the native git client is interactive rebase. You can have an introduction of this feature at gitready.com or github.com. The good news is that EGit 3.2 (to be … Continue reading
The Eclipse Foundation has released version 4.3 of their IDE Eclipse, codename Kepler. 71 Eclipse projects have been released this year with the release train. The highlights of Eclipse 4.3 include: Java Development Tools (JDT) improvements including a lot of … Continue reading
Although EGit is a nice tool for working with Git in Eclipse, it has the problem that its merge strategy differs from the strategy of the official Git command line client – until now. The Git command line client uses … Continue reading
Eclipse Juno SR1/4.2.1 was released and is available for download. JGit/Git 2.1, the versions that ship with this new release, even features new functionality and improvements: JGit 2.1 New and Noteworthy EGit 2.1 New and Noteworthy My favorite new features … Continue reading