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What is the best plugin for Eclipse to work with GitHub?

What does it do well?

What does it do not so well? And how do you work around them?

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Have you looked at eclipse.org/egit ? –  Jeremy Heiler Jan 18 '11 at 19:56
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Right now Egit is the only solution for Eclipse. However, my recommendation is to stick with the command line.

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EGit + Github Mylyn Connector: here is a tutorial

you can manage issue-tracker, poll-requests, post snippets to gist and more right from Eclipse

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