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<title>GitPlugin</title>
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<table
summary="Header"
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<td valign="TOP"><strong><font size="+2">GitPlugin</font></strong></td>
<td valign="TOP" align="RIGHT"><font size="-1">
<p> Alan Ezust </p>
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summary="Introduction"
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<a name="intro">Introduction</a></font></strong></td>
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<p> The GitPlugin for jEdit is the place for git-related services in jEdit.
Currently, the only thing it provides is a ProjectViewer file importer. This means you can choose
"git ls-files" when you are importing files in ProjectViewer. </p>
<p> It runs the command-line tool and requires the tool to be in your path, or else you can
set the location of the executable from <tt>plugin settings - git - git executable</tt>. </p>
<p> If you want to develop something more substantial in terms of integration with jEdit,
feel free to join this project and collaborate.
</p>
<p>Enjoy!</p>
<h3> History </h3>
<ul>
<li> <b>0.2</b> Bugfix - no longer ignoring files in subdirs of directories that contained directories only, and no files. </li>
<li> <b>0.1</b> Initial release. </li>
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