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Monday, 06 March 2017 08:12

Fresh News: Enterprise Architect and Git

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It started off over 24+ months ago... there was a product we were building that created a solution to a problem called LemonTree (c).


Now if you haven't heard of it, it's a tool to help alleviate a common challenge that many EA modelers face: Branching and merging Enterprise Architect projects (models).


Fast forward
18 months later, after huge success of LemonTree, we started to recognize the next challenge, support of other popular version-control systems - more particularly Git.

And that's when LemonTree with Git integration was born.


Today, we are EXCITED to announce
theofficial major release of LemonTree with Git support to the public.

You cansee it in action, how it works here!


Here's LemonTree at a glance:

  • Uses fine-grained 3-way diffing algorithm.
  • Enables the development of multiple parallel branches of models to target and merge individual models.
  • Acts like an external diff/merge program (EA independent).
  • Seamlessly integrated into TortoiseSVN and Git.
  • Shares the benefits of Version Control repository.
  • And much more..

Go check our latest release v1.2: LemonTree here..

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Dr. Konrad Wieland

Dr. Konrad Wieland

LieberLieber Software GmbH (Consultant)
 
Dr. Konrad Wieland is an expert in modeling and model-based software development in the most diverse domains. Even during his dissertation at the Vienna University of Technology, he published a host of articles on team-based modeling and software configuration management. Since 2012, as Consultant and Product Manager at LieberLieber he has continued to expand his expertise in these and other areas in and around Enterprise Architect.

Website: blog.lieberlieber.com/
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