On Jan 21, 2023, at 5:16 PM, Patrik Schindler <poc@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Am 21.01.2023 um 22:34 schrieb Jim Oberholtzer <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Honestly Patrik, given your skills in Linux and most likely GIT I would set
that up using shares to the source files for source control.
Git doesn't help me with the task I have described. Allow me to explain.
I'm changing a physical file. E. g. making a field larger. That PF might be referenced by LFs, by DSPFs, by PRTFs and finally by PGMs.
I want to lessen the thinking effort about which objects need to be recreated after that change. This is a routine task. Routine tasks are usually perfect candidates for being automated. :-)
I'm not talking about source change tracking (git, cvs, etc.). What might come close is TMKMAKE, which I'm currently looking at closer.
Just wanted to get some input if there are other possibilities available.
That software from IBM was interesting however I don’t know anyone that actually used it.
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