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How to Add Existing local Git repositories to the eclipse view

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1. Open GIT perspective in eclipse
GoTo [Window] > {Open Perspective} > [Other]

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Select [Git] > [OK]
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This will take the Git Repositories view with the perspective to the eclipse.

2. Add Existing Git repositories
Click on the [Git and + mark] icon with the tooltip saying “Add Existing local Git repositories to this view”.
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Browse the project converted to the Git and hit [OK]
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In the big white textArea the .git with yellow icon will be selected (In the screen shot it is not there since the project is already added. Feel a bit lazy to create another and add 😉 )
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Then it will add the project to the git repo view

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If you can see the navigator, it will be also in there with the GIT information in square brackets.

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If your project is not yet opened in eclipse…
Check post on How to import a GIT project from local Git repositories to the eclipse

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Written by Namal Fernando

April 10, 2015 at 6:45 am

Posted in Eclipse, GIT

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