On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 7:33 AM, Landon Blake
> I did some more troubleshooting with GitHub, Git, and EGit today. Here is
> what I think I've managed to accomplish:
> - I forked the GeoTools repository in GitHub.
> - I cloned the fork to my local computer hard drive.
> - I used the "import from Git" tool in Eclipse/EGit to create a new
> Eclipse Project from the "Unsupported Modules" folder in my clone.
> All of the unsupported modules folders show up.
> Here is where I'm getting hung up:
> I add a new folder for our JTin Version 2 unsupported module that I want
> to push to my GeoTools fork on GitHub. When I try to commit the new folder
> through, I get this message: "No changed items were selected. Do you wish
> to amend the last commit?
Have you added the files to the git index first? "add to index" in the
> I can always try to resort to the Git command line to create the module
> structure, but I'm trying to figure out how to get Git integrated into my
> Eclipse workflow.
Don't know about others, but normally I use eGit read only, to look at
history, run the blame command, and
sometimes to add new files to the index, but then I prefer to go to the
command line to do the actual commits, pull, pushes,
and rebases and look at diffs
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