There are several ways to import a project:
IDE > Import Project
Dashboard > Create Project
* Import via Git
* Import from a ZIP file
* Copy a project to Che’s projects folder on the local file system
* Open a terminal in the IDE and create files in the
Private repositories require SSH keys that need to be generated and uploaded to a code hosting server. It is done automatically for GitHub at
Help > Preferences. Click the GitHub icon and follow instructions.
# From the User Dashboard
In the user dashboard click the “+” button in the upper-right to enter the New Project creation wizard. * In the “Select Source” section click the “Import from existing location” radio button * Enter the URL of your git repo * Enter your credentials to connect Codenvy to your GitHub account * Enter the URL of your source code ZIP file
To import from an SVN repo create a workspace by selecting “Workspaces” in the left-hand nav and hitting the “+” sign in the upper-right. Once your workspace is started use the instructions in the “From the IDE” section below to import from SVN.
# From the IDE
If starting in the IDE make sure the workspace you’re in is compatible with the project you’re going to import (e.g. if you’re importing a node.js project you’ll need a node.js workspace). * In the IDE menu select Workspace > Import Project (you can import multiple projects into a single workspace). * Select the appropriate source control option on the left * Fill in the parameters on the right
Once your code is imported you’ll have to configure your project.
Project > Configuration.