Marauroa on Eclipse
- If you can play Stendhal, you already have Java and can skip this step.
- If you do not have java installed, please download it https://java.com
(if you are on Linux, use your packet manager)
- Go to https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
- Download: "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers"
- Unzip the download an run Eclipse
- In Eclipse, close the "Welcome" window
Git-configuration in Eclipse
* First you need to tell Git about yourself: Window -> Preferences -> Team -> Git -> Configuration * Click New Entry and enter Key: user.name Value: <your fullname or your nickname> * Click New Entry again and enter Key: user.email Value: <your email address> (e. g. <your sourceforge username>@users.sourceforge.net)
This information is stored in ~/.gitconfig (Linux) or %USERPROFILE%\.gitconfig (Windows) and will be used by Git to identify who did change the history of the repository.
* File -> Import... -> Git -> Projects from Git -> Next * Clone... URI: ssh://USERNAME@arianne.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/arianne/marauroa.git (changing USERNAME to your own source forge username) User: <your sourceforge username> Password: <your sourceforge password> Store in Secure Store: Select that if you want * If you have trouble at this stage try restarting eclipse and try again * Select all branches if not already selected (fast anyway) -> Next Initial branch: master Remote name: origin (should already be inserted) * Let it import everything * Select the repository you just cloned -> Next * Wizard for project import: Use the New Projects wizard -> Finish * New Project wizard will open * Select Java -> Java Project -> Next * Give it a name (marauroa will do) * The other defaults are okay * Finish
While perferforming the ssh connect you will be asked to accept the fingerprint of the server. Please validate that against the Sourceforge Fingerprint Listing
menu Windows | Preferences | Java | Installed JREs
- there should be at least one entry with a valid JAVA_HOME path