Another useful tip for developers who like to share/upload their code to Github. Eclipse is a most commonly used IDE by java developers.It has amazing features and plugins support.Here we will see the steps involved for How to Push Eclipse Project to Github.
You may know about that GitHub is a code sharing and publishing service. GitHub is a Git repository hosting service, but it adds many of its own features. GitHub provides a Web-based graphical interface to access the project.Try the following eclipse egit github tutorial.If you are blogging about Programming then I hope this post will be really useful to you to share your project code to popular hosting service.
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Steps involved in Pushing a Eclipse Project to GitHub.
Step 0: Configure GitHub Username
Step 1: If you are using recent releases of Eclipse lie Eclipse Juno or Eclipse Kepler you don’t need download to egit separately else you need to Download a egit a plugin for Eclipse using any of these ways mentioned in this link.
1. Help -> Install New Software and Place this url http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates.
Step 2 : Create a Project which you want to push to Github and Share via your local repository.
Create or use existing eclipse project.
Step 3: Right Click Your Project Go to Team -> Share Project.
Step 5: Right Click Your Project and Click Commit. Now your Project is available in local repository. To Upload or Push Your Project,Create a New Repository in GitHub.
Step 7: Right Click Your Project and Select Push.
Step 8: Paste the above URI and Configure your username and Password.
Step 9: Click Add All Branches Spec and Press Next Button.
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