dbrooks888 wrote:In my day job I run product management for a DevOps company that relies heavily on Git as the source of truth for large collaborative software projects. (Some of them with 100+ devs checking in changes to shared code.)
I would love to explore what it would take to set up a Git Repo that could handle the Merge and Conflict resolution for the underlying content.rtf and synopsis.txt files in a way that would be easy to use for people who don't even know what Git is.
Is there a resource out there that explains the file structure of Scrivener such that we could take a shot at it?
Until you can get Git to parse and handle RTF files, there's really no point in trying to go further. Once it can handle the RTF format, I suspect the rest would be fairly easy to do.