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I really enjoy Xcode 4's version control with git. It's all very simple and intuitive and enables me to be extremely productive. If I modify a file, a little 'M' pops up next to the file and all I have to do is right click and select Source Control > Commit Selected Files... and then I'm done! Is there something similar for the Eclipse IDE?

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There is an awesome plugin for Eclipse known as EGit . It integrates fantastically with very similar features to what you have wanted.

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