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How to commit a file to the remote git repository

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1. Commit it to the local repository

Right Click on the file [Team] > [Commit]

Add the Commit message and Hit [Commit]. (You can so this also by Right Click on the local repository in Git view)

Screenshot from 2015-04-10 07:17:19

2. Go to the local git repository


cd /rezsystem/workspace/demo-parsers

3. Just Push it! (Of course, it will ask the user name and password for the remote repo)


$ git push

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Written by Namal Fernando

April 10, 2015 at 7:18 am

Posted in Eclipse, GIT

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