To be precise I have all eaton breakers in my subpanel, and I'd like to replace this exact breaker: https://www.amazon.com/GFTCB250-Ground-Circuit-Breaker-2-Pole/dp/B01AGLRT9M/ with a gfci breaker built by another manufacturer.
The panel itself seems to give no guidance.
Why am I doing this? My new electric oven trips this breaker, but a standard breaker works fine. Massachusetts, however, requires a gfci breaker thanks to NFPA 70, 2020. The manufacturer suggests a different breaker might work fine due to subtle variations in the circuit logic, but has not provided any guidance as to which breakers might be ok, only just try a few.