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My manager asked me to look into GIT. We are already using RTC. :(

William Rainville (111) | asked Jul 28 '15, 12:53 p.m.
So is there any benefit to GIT that we are not already getting from RTC?

I just want to ask before spending hours spinning my wheels on something that wont help me.
We are trying to be automated as much as possible, and I don't want to add line commands to the process.

Thanks ahead of time....

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Gustavo Reis (13927) | answered Jul 28 '15, 10:08 p.m.
edited Jul 28 '15, 10:10 p.m.
Hi William,
I made a research on this and GIT and RTC have quite equivalent pros and cons but you lose great integration with other resources (build, work itens, etc) by not using RTC. Bellow are some links comparing them.

Also, I suggested you to search about global configuration. It's a new component that will permit configuration management at all applications. It's a huge pro for using all rational suite.

GIT or RTC source control

What are the risks of using Rational Team Concert

Has anyone used rational Team Concert (RTC)

Jazz Practices

Git outta here


Comparisson of revision control software

Semantic Werks

Using GitHub for 3rd Year Software Engineering

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Donald Nong (14.5k414) | answered Jul 28 '15, 10:00 p.m.
This post has some interesting information, and you may find it useful.

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William Rainville (111) | answered Jul 31 '15, 10:41 a.m.
Thank you for your responses.

I can't believe my manager is making me waste time looking at it when we have so many other options in place.

But then, it is always about the money.

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