As the December Gitpocalypse looms, two Git-centric Eclipse projects get some welcome updates.
The Eclipse Foundation looks ready for its move to Git, with some upgraded tools now available
PLUS, Blackberry Java SDK 7 moves out of beta.
PLUS, Scala 2.9.0 RC3, and EGit and JGit 0.12 released.
EGit 0.9 arrives with preliminary support for a synchronise view, and JGit gets non-filesystem based persistence support.
New Git Repositories view for EGit, and a new Git class for JGit.
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