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    I am new to Java. I am using a Java repository to access the codes I needed from a group of Java programmers. I have a problem in running the codes from that place. I read somewhere it is not possible to run the codes from the repository. I should use Jenkins. Does anybody know how I should run a code from a repository?


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    Default Re: java repository

    Google github.

    They have a community who specialize in this and
    other related things.

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