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Can models be collaboratively developed with EPF Composer using git repositories? [message #1799345] Wed, 05 December 2018 11:20
Ismael Olea is currently offline Ismael OleaFriend
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Like most of you I've been using SCM systems for decades (CVS, SVN & Git) so I'm pretty confortable using them. Indeed my current EPF projects are kept in personal git repos.

My doubt is how im/practical is doing team development with EPF Composer sharing git repos/patches. It's my first time developing with modeling tools:

- Is there any possibility to loose model consistency with successful merged commits?

- If so, can merge conflicts be solved as usual? I mean: I don't care to open a text editor to fix this or that, but I'm uncertain about keeping the model consistency.

PS: My current EPF experience with git is as an external tool. Not sure if using something internal as Egit would imply a different behavior.

Thanks in advance.
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