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Currently I'm developing some applications that I want to share with the community. Therefore I decided to use github. I could find a lot of tutorials that tell me how to create a repository from scratch in github, but I couldn't find one that tells me how I can share an existing eclipse project. I would prefer a solution that works inside eclipse using a GUI.

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You can follow this user guide section of git push (to a GitHub repo), adding a remote with the ssh address of your GitHub repo:

GitHub Egit ssh

See also this tutorial to push your local project to that GitHub repo.

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Also to the answer of VonC i have add the urls in text so if you need to do c&p:

remote name: origin

you can get this uri from git.hub in the repository that you must create :)

NOTE: I use the https connection, providing my git's username and password.

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Hey and welcome to Super User! If you have anything to add to another user's answer, you can propose an edit to his answer or comment on it. There's no need to a separate answer as I see the situation here. – matan129 May 28 '15 at 21:51

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