In this post I'll be explaning how to import the projects that you've stored in any GIT repository to Eclipse Ganymede with one plugin
I assume that you already have Eclipse installed. So, let's start by downloading the GIT Eclipse Integration plugin. Start Eclipse, go to "Help" >> "Software Updates", on the top go to "Available Software" and then click on "Add Site". A dialog box should appear and enter in it http://www.jgit.org/update-site/ and press OK. The website should appear now on the list click in it and select "Install" then, procede through the install, it's very easy. After rebooting Eclipse go to "File" >> "Import" then select "GIT", press "Next". In the next window put your git repository's link ( git://... ) on the URI and the fields that come after should get filled by themselves. In the "Protocol" select GIT and press "Next". In the next window select the branch you want ( the most common to select is the "master" one ). Then, select a directory to import the project to and press "Next". Another window should appear and just press "Finish". You're done!
Almost as easy as Subversion ( since Eclipse already brings a SVN Repository plugin ).