Edmund,

We'd love to move from SVN to Git...

However, we've got a homegrown utility that transfers from the SVN working
copy on our PC to the i. One thing it does is read the custom SVN
property, MEMBER_DESCRIPTION, for an object and updates the source member
text.

Git doesn't support custom properties that we could find...

How do you deal with text for a source member which then becomes the *PGM
object description text?

Is our only choice to add
ctl-opt text('My program description')
or the CL equivalent to every RPG/CL program?



Thanks!
Charles


On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 3:02 PM, Edmund Reinhardt <
edmund.reinhardt@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

FYI
In preparation for COMMON I just produced a step by step guide to using
Git with QSYS members (well at least in how to get set up)
It is available on our RDi wiki.
[1]http://ibm.biz/rdi_git_qsys

Enjoy!

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