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Interesting document. Thanks for sharing the content and considering iForGit.

I like your concept of a check-out/check-in command to move source members to a developer's library. That's one way of having your own custom development processes but also manage source in a git repository.

As an aside - I'm currently working on an addon component that's called BLDONI (Build on i) - which has some of the componentry that you would need to create a request and check out code for development to a dev library and check it back in when development is done. All compatible with iForGit commands.

Anyway thanks for sharing your writeup.

Richard Schoen
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date: Tue, 31 Jan 2023 09:34:42 -0600
from: Steve M via MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Understanding GIT from an IBM i (RPGLE, CLLE, DDS)

Okay, here is a link to my document:

It was a few years ago, but I think the processes and concepts are still solid. Yes, you will see both RDi and SEU support in the document (I was working with a couple of developers who, under no circumstances would use RDi, so I had to find solutions that worked in both IDE worlds).


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