Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing history, part of Eclipse Essential Training.
- Now we'll look at viewing the history…of commits in a repository.…So I'm in the Package Explorer,…and I've created a new project called GitHistory,…and in that project, I've created one class…that has pretty much no code in it.…It's just a class declaration.…So I've added all of these to the index…and now I'm going to apply a commit.…So I'll right click the project and choose Team, Commit.…And again here, I'll type in Initial commit,…and then just click Commit.…
So the icons change,…and now we want to look at the history…of commits on this project.…So I'll right click the project in the Package Explorer…and then I'll choose Team, Show in History.…When the history panel opens up,…it's in the fly-out menu on the right side of the screen.…So I'm going to click the Restore button…to anchor that group of panels to the bottom of the screen.…In the history view, I can see the initial commit…along with the author, the authored date,…the committer, and the committed date.…
So let's say I make a change to this file…and I commit that.…
- What is Eclipse?
- Setting up a workspace
- Adding external files to a project
- Installing add-ons
- Refactoring code
- Working with tasks
- Customizing formatting
- Using Git for version control
- Developing Java, PHP, C/C++, Perl, and Python apps with Eclipse
- Setting up testing servers
- Testing apps
- Debugging apps
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Eclipse
2. Working with Code
3. Using Git for Version Control
4. Using Eclipse for Java Development
5. Using Eclipse for PHP Development
6. Using Eclipse for C/C++ Development
7. Using Eclipse for Perl Development
8. Using Eclipse for Python Development
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