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Git is the most widely used revision control today.
It deals with any kind of files.
It is peer-based ... the full repo clones to your target destination ...
changes can be pushed upstream to a main repo that is only main because all
the peers agree it is main and pull from there to get updates and new
It works it works it works, and is supported in editors such as VSCode
Checking sourcePF members in and out is facilitated by Richard Schoen's
<https://github.com/richardschoen/iforgit>There's a free online
downloadable Git book <https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2>.
I consult on Git through the Seiden Group <https://www.seidengroup.com/> if
your org needs heavy lifting.

On Tue, Jan 31, 2023 at 7:47 AM <smith5646midrange@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The company that I am consulting for is pushing to make their IBM i change
control system (source control and object installation) work like the other
systems that they have. Since I wrote their current change control system,
I am stuck with the task. I do not understand GIT and the team pushing for
this can't even spell IBM i.

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