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I am working with a foreign group of java programmers. I am new to java projects

Their IDE is Eclipse and they seem to be using BitBucket as a source code repository. in Bitbucket I see that there are recent commits.
These commits Im guessing are going to gitHub

What is the relationship among these tools

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[disclaimer: I am a BitBucket novice]

My understanding of BitBucket is that it is like GitHub, but does not use GitHub.  However, it does use Git.

Git is version control software.  BitBucket uses Git to make commits and branches and diffs and all that, but it adds a web interface.  It is also, as you say, a source repository.  It provides ways to share this repository in the cloud to multiple programmers.

Eclipse is, as you say, an IDE.  I don't know of any integration of Eclipse and BitBucket.
 
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Eclipse IDE has a plugin called EGit which works to sync with github, gitlab or bitbucket.

you may also require to setup ssh keys.

https://eclipsesource.com/blogs/tutorials/egit-tutorial/
 
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