Author Archives: ryehle

New Git and HP adapter videos available on YouTube

I’m pleased to announce that, at long last, we have an introductory video on the Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapter for Git available on YouTube. This video covers the architecture and primary use case of the adapter, and also provides a … Continue reading

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Wrapping the Rational Adapter for Git pre-receive hook

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. If you’re wondering why you can’t find the “z” in this post, I’ve taken on a new challenge as the development lead for the Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters for Git and … Continue reading

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RTC V4.0 Enterprise Extensions Build Administration Workshop available on jazz.net!

My colleague, Jorge Díaz, and I have been hard at work the last several months preparing a workshop for System z build administrators to learn the concepts and steps involved in migrating and maintaining source control and build infrastructure using … Continue reading

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More RTC EE videos available on jazz.net

Back in August, I shared some New RTC EE 3.0.1 videos available on jazz.net. Since then, several additional videos have been published: Rational Team Concert: Enterprise Extensions dependency build overview Rational Team Concert: Enterprise Extensions 4.0 dependency build enhancements Rational Team … Continue reading

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Delivering your dependency build outputs back to the stream

Several months back I started on an effort to create an Ant task that would deliver outputs of a dependency build back into the SCM. I did a couple quick tests to make sure that the underlying support was there … Continue reading

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Specifying compiler options on a per file basis using translator variables

When building your mainframe applications with Rational Team Concert, you capture your compiler options in a translator. The translator represents one step in your build process, such as a compile or a link-edit. The translator belongs to a language definition, … Continue reading

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Pre-processing your promotion build

Suppose you want to run some checks on the build outputs you are going to promote, for example to ensure they were not compiled with the debug option on. You’ve written a custom REXX script that parses the generated promotionInfo.xml … Continue reading

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