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Git Adapter Features

Cody Jackson (611) | asked Jun 27 '14, 4:45 p.m.
Does the Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapter for Git have features other than just creating "Artifact Links" on an RTC WorkItem to the specific Git commit?

Are there any other extensions possible or currently out there for adding to the integration of RTC and Git?

sam detweiler commented Jun 27 '14, 5:10 p.m. | edited Jun 27 '14, 5:11 p.m.

what else is there?  all the SCM stuff is handled by Git. 
Eclipse and Git are hooked together, without RTC.
Commandline and Git are hooked together without RTC.
take away the SCM functions of RTC and all u have is workitem linking.
both will have workitems show thru in a Jenkins build. But that is still linking.

everything else from CLM is thru the workitem link.
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Kiran M N (3262) | answered Jun 30 '14, 5:38 a.m.
 With RTC 5.0 release, we have some Git integration features out of the box. Check this out:

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