If you're interested in using Github or on-premise Git hosting, you might be interested in checking out my new iForgit Git Client for RDI/PDM/SEU.

Your source files can be migrated and maintained in Github within minutes and there's a very flexible command set for almost transparent usage so easy to get started.

Then you can take advantage of all the benefits of Github.

Web link:
http://mobigogo.net/files/docs/iforgit/

Reach out if you have any questions

Regards,
Richard Schoen
Web: http://www.richardschoen.net
Email: richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx / richard@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Phn: (612) 315-1745

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On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 8:46 AM Jay Vaughn <jeffersonvaughn@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
So, our company was just acquired by another company with deeper
pockets and SoftLanding is asking an arm and a leg now to transfer
the CMS to our new company.

So, we are exploring alternatives.

Could have up to 10-20 iseries devs working on the code base (which
is large - hundreds for files/tables and thousands of pgms)

Any suggestions?

I'm rather partial to PTC Implementer
(https://www.ptc.com/en/products/implementer) for obvious reasons. :)

Implementer doesn't have a direct conversion from other change control
products, but (IMO) it's quite easy to setup and use.

Feel free to contact me privately if you would like someone to contact you.

Is there a sharp learning curve for github enterprise (pro),
compared to what we are used to now with TO?

While git is a fine source control product, there is a lot more to IBM
i change control than just managing source. IBM i objects are unique
and require special handling. Things to consider when choosing a SCM
product; Object deployment, object attribute retention, authorities,
data retention in sql & dds files, etc.

david




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