How to Import Projects From Git Into Eclipse?

Click File> Import
 In the Import Window, click Projects from Git (with smart import) and click Next.
In the Select Repository Source Window, click Existing local repository or Clone URI.
Step through the wizard and click Finish for the wizard to analyze the content for the project folder to find projects for import. Then import them into the IDE. The imported project will be listed in the Project Explorer view.

Import Projects From Git Into Eclipse

As a VCS (Version Control System) I’m using git in all my projects. And not only for software or firmware projects: I’m using it for hardware design (KiCAD, FreeCAD, …) or for documentation (LaTeX, …) too.

The nice thing with the Eclipse IDE is that it supports nice git integration, making importing projects from git repositories easy.

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