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Others - 建立從GitHub裡面抓取專案

因為國外的demo 大部份都是放在github上面,所以就要寫一下怎麼使用.

這裡要抱歉一下,我可能不會像以前一樣,一步一步教,因為這個部落格不叫做Christina 的 GitHub, 如果你去google 一下,就可以找到像山一樣多的強人寫的教學.

1. 請到 GitHub 註冊一個帳戶. 然後依照你的OS去安裝與設定

2. 安裝完之後,首先,先到某個你想要建立GitHub 儲存庫的Folder路徑 ,然後打入:
Christina:jbossdemo christina$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in /xxx/christina/jbossdemo/.git/

就可以去教學的連結去抓專案下來了, 我的習慣是去每個地方先複製一份下來到我的 local之後,才從Eclipse 去指他 (這是跑Demo的時候拉,如果你是專案開發,請直接就從你的repository裡面import 就好!)

它的指令很簡單,就是git clone 你的repository 位置
Christina:jbossdemo christina$ git clone git://

3. 之後就可以打開JBoss Developer Studio了,首先,因為GitHub的 plugin不是內建安裝的,所以要先去 Help的 Install New software

4. 選擇JBoss Developer Studio 5.0 Updates, 在搜尋欄位打 git 選擇 EGit 安裝. 然後重開 JBDS.

5.重開了以後,去File 下選擇 import project, 之後選擇 Project from GitHub.

6.因為剛剛有複製一份到本機,所以選擇local 剛剛Clone的位置





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