First, I am going to get the laptop working.
I have Eclipse installed on my laptop with the PHP add-in. In order to use Eclipse with Python, I need to install PyDev. The PyDev site has instructions to install and configure PyDev in Eclipse.
I have Java 8 on my laptop and Eclipse 2018-12 (4.10.0). I do not have Python installed.
Step one was to download the Python 2.7.16 64-bit installer for Windows 10 and install it on my laptop. I was able to execute Python from the command prompt so I know it is installed.
Next, I followed the instructions on the PyDev site to install PyDev from within Eclipse. All you need to do is click Help / Install New Software and put in the URL for PyDev: http://www.pydev.org/updates
After installing, I had to configure the Python Interpreter in Eclipse. I had to tell Eclipse where the python.exe file was on my PC.
GitA few days ago, I used BitBucket on the web to create a GitHub repository for the HESA. I also installed Git for Windows on my laptop. I then cloned the GitHub repository to my PC. You must do this before you can do anything with Git on the PC.
Today, I copied all of the HESA code on my laptop to the folder created by Git when I cloned the repository. Then, I used command line commands to upload my HESA py files to GitHub.
git add --all
Then, I had to add my BitBucket email address by doing
git config --global user.email email@example.com
Next, had to do
git commit -m 'Mit comments'
This does a local commit. Finally, I did
to upload the files to the git repository. Now, I can see the files in the repository.
I repeated this process to get my Python module code in another repository in GitHub.
Raspberry PiNext, I moved on to my new Raspberry Pi 3+. It already has git installed and Python 3 and Eclipse.
I used the command line options to clone the github repositories to the pi.
Since Eclipse does not have the pydev extensions, I followed the same process to install them inside Eclipse.
That was all there is to it. Now, I can make code changes on my Pi or my PC and synchronize those changes through GitHub.