TM/Git Workflows

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Installation

Windows Install

  1. Install Tortoise Git. Not a must-have but helpful. Recommended to install this first.
  2. Install Msysgit as per the Tortoise Git instructions. Not a must-have but strongly recommended from the start, in order to be consistent between egit and commandline.
  3. Launch Git Bash
    • If it is slow for you, you may want to set a HOME environment variable to a local disk and update the Git Bash program shortcut
    • For me, the default %HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH% pointed to a non-existing remote folder, making everything dead slow
    • I've set HOME=D:/Workspaces/git -- all your git repos will be below there by default, and your user config too
    • Re-start to verify Git Bash is fast and HOME is accurate
  4. Set up your user ID on git bash as per Git#Committers_new_to_Git
  git config --global user.email my_committer_email@address.com
  git config --global user.name "John Doe"
  1. Launch Eclipse SDK and install latest Egit from http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates
    • Check Preferences > Team > Git > Configuration whether it picked up your commandline settings
      • May need to specify Location of Msysgit install in System Settings
      • May want to update Default Repository Folder in Git : Cloning Repositories
      • In user settings, set branch.autosetuprebase = always as per Platform-releng/Git_Workflows#Configure_the_workspace
      • In Preferences > General > Workspace, set New text file line delimiter to Unix
    • Check Preferences > General > Network > SSH2 home directory
      • Set to your $HOME/.ssh in order to share with Msysgit - or copy the $HOME/.ssh folder
      • Generate a private/public key pair if necessary (in the UI, or on Git Bash as per below link)
      • Upload your Gerrit#SSH_Keys

Linux Install

This is a subset of the Windows install since more settings will be appropriate by default.

  1. Set up your user ID on git commandline as per Git#Committers_new_to_Git
  git config --global user.email my_committer_email@address.com
  git config --global user.name "John Doe"
  1. Launch Eclipse SDK and install latest Egit from http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates


Cloning the Repo

  • Commandline:
 cd $HOME/git
 git clone ssh://userid@git.eclipse.org:29418/tm/org.eclipse.tm.git
 #readonly:# git clone git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/tm/org.eclipse.tm.git