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Write a Source Control Integration with the SDK

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You can check for updated source control integration downloads on the projects Web page: https://www.mathworks.com/discovery/simulink-projects.html

The file exchange provides a Software Development Kit (SDK) that you can use to integrate projects with third-party source control tools. See https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/61483-source-control-integration-software-development-kit.

The SDK provides instructions for writing an integration to a source control tool that has a published API you can call from Java®.

You must create a .jar file that implements a collection of Java interfaces and a Java Manifest file, that defines a set of required properties.

The SDK provides example source code, Javadoc, and files for validating, building, and testing your source control integration. Build and test your own interfaces using the example as a guide. Then you can use your source control integration with projects. Download the SDK and follow the instructions.

After you write a source control integration, see Add a Project to Source Control.

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