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Import Project from Remote Repository to the eclipse

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1. Go to [File] > [Import]


Select project from Git (type “git” in the search field if needed)

{Git} > {Project from Git} > [ Next ]


Click on [Clone URI] and hit [Next]


2. Copy the Cloned URL from remote GIT repository.


3. Paste it in the URI area in eclipse window. (Of course you need the authentication details)


It will get the branch information. Select a branch (or master), click [Next]

Configure the local storage location for the Project.

Screenshot from 2015-04-10 07:50:33

After this step it will take you to the same path that can be followed to import a project from local git repository.


Written by Namal Fernando

April 10, 2015 at 7:54 am

Posted in Eclipse, GIT

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