We're shifting our source version control system from SVN to GIT. Now I'm trying to clone ivy projects into my workspace, but it seems like there is no GIT team-provider. Only SVN is provided out of the box. Is there any way to use GIT anyways?

asked 10.05.2017 at 03:08

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edited 07.03.2019 at 09:58

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Since Axon.ivy 7.1

EGit is shipped with Axon.ivy Designer

Axon.ivy 7.0 and prior

There is a pre-configured which provides the yet best compatiable version of E-GIT. And E-GIT is a GIT team-provider for eclipse.

Menu -> Help -> Install new Software -> select 'http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates-4.0.2/' -> install


answered 10.05.2017 at 03:10

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edited 07.03.2018 at 05:55

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If you install "Eclipse Git Team Provider" ensure that you only install "Eclipse Git Team Provider" but not "Eclipse Git Team Provider - Task focused interface". Otherwise SOAP Request and Responses are no logger logged to the runtime log.

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