Here is my Attempt of doing so:
I Introduce to you: JDeveloper Git Extension 1.0.0 Beta Version which works on JDeveloper 126.96.36.199 JDeveloper (Will be working on migrating it to 11.1.2.x soon)
The project is divided into different phases:
Phase #1: Cloning Git Repository into JDeveloper Project (Completed)
Phase #2: Provide the Files Action and overlay (To push, pull, commit, checkout, add to ignore list and more ..)
Phase #3: Provide an Integration with GitHub
So Far I’ve finished Phase #1
It’s simple, you simply choose a project > New > General > Projects > Clone Git Repository
And enter the URL of the Git Repository and the select the Project you want to Install the files to
Once you finish, you should recieve a Success Message telling you everything is Good for, a simple refresh to your project you can see all the new files exported from Git.
If you tried to clone to a project that has been already cloned an Error message will popup telling you, you shouldn’t do that!
Simple isn’t it…