Screencasts on Fedora Packager for Eclipse: Vol 2, Cloning Fedora Git Projects

Fedora Packager for Eclipse can be used to maintain your Fedora packages as well as for preparing new packages for review. Today I wanted to show you how you can import Fedora packages into your Eclipse workspace. Once you have it there you are ready to edit the .spec file, test your modifications using Fedora Packager for Eclipse and commit changes to the Git repository using EGit. Without further ado, here is the link to the ~2:30 minutes long screencast (OGV format):

http://jerboaa.fedorapeople.org/demo/eclipse-fedorapackager/import_fedora_git_projects.ogv

Enjoy!

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One response to “Screencasts on Fedora Packager for Eclipse: Vol 2, Cloning Fedora Git Projects

  1. Pingback: Screencasts on Fedora Packager for Eclipse: Vol 3, Initiating Koji Builds « jerboaa's Blog

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