I am trying to get a workable eGIT extension in my version of RDi, which is 220.127.116.11 20210819_0803.
What is the correct way to install the eGIT extension? I did not find eGIT in the eclipse marketplace (I recall it being there in prior versions of RDi). The way I eventually ended up installing was downloading and installing V18.104.22.16871140-r from https://wiki.eclipse.org/EGit/FAQ#Where_can_I_find_older_releases_of_EGit.3F
based on the information in the 'What versions of Eclipse does EGit target?' which indicates this version for 'Eclipse 4.4 + (Luna) and thinking that my 9.6.011 version of RDi is based upon eclipse 4.6.3. I'm not even sure that 4.6.3 is the version of eclipse that my RDi is based upon - how can I find this info? Is there a newer version of egit that will work with my RDi version?
I'm having issues setting up an ssh connection to our corporate gitlab. I have generated SSH keys in powershell and registered them in gitlab, and command line interface in windows and WSL both work with these keys. HOWEVER, RDi doesn't seem to want to use my private key.
My private key is in the standard windows location: C:\Users\jweirich\.ssh\id_rsa
In RDi I have gone to window > preferences > General > Network Connections > SSH2 > General and confirmed that SSH2 home: is the correct directory and Private keys: has id_rsa
eGIT seems to work fine with my local GIT repo, I can stage and commit just fine.
I used command line to add the gitlab project remote repo as origin and confirmed I can fetch / pull, etc from command line.
The origin remote shows correctly in the Git Repositories view.
But when I stage, then, commit and push using the Git Staging view, the SSH welcome message set up by my organization will appear several times, and I hit OK each time, but after 3 or 4 tries eventually I get:
Can't connect to any repository: git@path/to/gitlab/project.git<mailto:git@path/to/gitlab/project.git> (git@path/to/gitlab/project.git<mailto:git@path/to/gitlab/project.git>: Auth fail)
(obfuscated the path in the error message above)
With push towards devops and ci/cd, Will future versions of RDi have git capabilities built in without having to jump through these hoops?
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