I've wanted to knuckle-down and look at git and PowerBuilder for some time now, but have been too busy on other stuff to really get into it. We are currently using non-git based source control on Azure DevOps with the MSSCCI interface.
Our main application takes a long, long time to do a full get latest, or a check-in across all the PBLs. It is hugely annoying, and quite often crashes. It took me almost a half a day to do a check-in yesterday becuase it kept crashing (I could've just kept a not of all the objects and checked them in one at a time I suppose).
Can anyone answer these questions:
* Would git on the same platform be faster?
* I remember there was talk about a native interface for non-git Azure DevOps source control. Is that a thing yet? Would it help?
* If you think git is the way to go, is there anywhere I can go to find out how to do it? I saw Bruce's video about setting up GIT in PB 2017, but I believe there have been a lot of changes in the PC IDE since then.