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df9ts_user [Using Git with GNU-MCU-Eclipse] corrected scrambled formatting
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 === Option: Github Desktop === === Option: Github Desktop ===
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   * Download Github desktop from [[https://​desktop.github.com/​|https://​desktop.github.com/​]]   * Download Github desktop from [[https://​desktop.github.com/​|https://​desktop.github.com/​]]
-  * Start Github Desktop, enter your Githu username and password, clone repository "​https://​github.com/​df8oe/​UHSDR"​ * Optional: create local branch of cloned repo for tests * In Eclipse, create new workspace pointing to local clone of cloned Github UHSDR repository * Check Eclipse settings for * active build config * MCU device used * … ===  Option: git commandline === * create directory where UHSDR repository should reside, e.g. d:​\uhsdr''​git clone  https://​github.com/​df8oe/​UHSDR ​ ''​ ===Import git UHSDR project into Eclipse installation ​ === * In Eclipse, choose “File→Import”. * .. then choose “General→Existing Projects into Workspace”. * Then choose the folder “mchf-eclipse in the path where you just downloaded the zip file as “root-directory” * The project is now recognized and can be imported * Next: check Eclipse settings ​//+  * Start Github Desktop, enter your Githu username and password, clone repository "​https://​github.com/​df8oe/​UHSDR" ​ 
 +  ​* Optional: create local branch of cloned repo for tests  
 +  ​* In Eclipse, create new workspace pointing to local clone of cloned Github UHSDR repository ​ 
 +  ​* Check Eclipse settings for  
 +    ​* active build config ​ 
 +    ​* MCU device used * …  
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 +=== Option: git commandline === 
 +  ​* create directory where UHSDR repository should reside, e.g. d:​\uhsdr''​git clone  https://​github.com/​df8oe/​UHSDR ​ '' ​ 
 +  
 +=== Import git UHSDR project into Eclipse installation === 
 +  ​* In Eclipse, choose “File→Import”. ​ 
 +  ​* .. then choose “General→Existing Projects into Workspace”. ​ 
 +  ​* Then choose the folder “mchf-eclipse in the path where you just downloaded the zip file as “root-directory” ​ 
 +  ​* The project is now recognized and can be imported * Next: check Eclipse settings