Commit eb913c94 authored by Adrian Chaves's avatar Adrian Chaves Committed by Yuri Chornoivan

Mention all fetch project sources in the documentation

BUG: 392550
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parent 92772fe0
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<sect2 id="option-1--importing-a-project-from-a-version-control-system-server"><title>Option 1: Importing a project from a version control system server</title>
<para>Let's first assume that the project we want to set up &mdash; the &Linux; kernel &mdash; resides in some version control system on a server, but that you haven't checked it out to your local hard drive yet. In this case, go to the <guilabel>Project</guilabel> menu to create the &Linux; kernel as a project inside the current session and then follow these steps:</para>
<listitem><para>Go to <menuchoice><guimenu>Projects</guimenu><guimenuitem>Fetch project</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to import a project
<listitem><para>Go to <menuchoice><guimenu>Project</guimenu><guimenuitem>Fetch Project</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to import a project
<listitem><para>You then have multiple options to start a new project in the current session, depending on where the source files should come from: You can just point &kdevelop; at an existing directory (see option 2 below), or you can ask &kdevelop; to get the sources from a repository.
<listitem><para>Assuming you don't already have a version checked out:
<listitem><para>In the dialog box, under <guilabel>Select the source</guilabel>, choose to use <guilabel>Subversion</guilabel>, <guilabel>Git</guilabel>, or one of the other choices
<listitem><para>In the dialog box, under <guilabel>Select Source</guilabel>, choose to use <guilabel>From File System</guilabel>, <guilabel>Subversion</guilabel>, <guilabel>Git</guilabel>, <guilabel>GitHub</guilabel>, or <guilabel>KDE</guilabel>
<listitem><para>Choose a working directory as destination into which the sources should be checked out
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