How do I create a remote git repository in EGit and link it to an existing Eclipse project?
I am using Eclipse Helios and EGit. I am new to Git. I have an existing Eclipse project for an Android app I would like to place in Git. Can someone please share some instructions on how to setup a Git repo on a shared folder, and place the existing project into this git repo using EGit? I have tried a variety of options with no success.
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