Thanks for your response. I wasn't sure if this was the right forum but I 
thought I'd give it a shot. I have tried emailing 
**<> but 
my email bounced.
I'll do some more digging and see what I can find out about the wrapper for 
Git exposing the API.
Thanks again for the info.

On Wednesday, 20 February 2013 15:57:47 UTC, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:

> On Wed, 20 Feb 2013 07:31:43 -0800 (PST) 
> Jop Smith < <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > My company is thinking about switching from TFS to Git, but I need to 
> > make sure that it is compatible with Adobe RoboHelp. RoboHelp will 
> > work with any source control application that uses the Microsoft SCC 
> > API. Please could someone advise me if Git uses this API? 
> No, Git by itself does not know anything about "Microsoft SCC API" 
> (partly because Git is not a Windows DLL but rather a bunch of 
> executable programs, with its development originated in the Linux 
> world).  But plain googleing for the relevant keywords [1] turns up 
> something which appears to be a commercial product providing a wrapper 
> for Git exposing this API. 
> Also, this [2] appears to be your post to some Adobe discussion board, 
> and from this post it appears you selected a wrong mailing list in 
> fact: this list is a support channel for Git newbies, and the main Git 
> list (dedicated to its development) is git at [3]; 
> you might want to also ask your question there. 
> Note though that from what I gather from various Internet resources I 
> managed to google using the Microsoft+SCC+API query, it appears that 
> developing the support for that API requires signing an NDA with 
> Microsoft (!!!).  Putting aside the fact this requirement is brain-dead 
> in itself, I'm sure any support for this API won't be integrated 
> directly into Git until that restriction is lifted -- simply because 
> Git is a piece of free software. 
> 1. 
> 2. 
> 3. 

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