Category Archives: TFS

Git workflows with git-tfs

I’ve been working with git-tfs on a project for about a couple of months. Git-tfs is a source control bridge that allows you to work with Git locally, reducing the number of operations to communicate with the TFS source control … Continue reading 

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A brighter TFS future?

I saw an interesting quote in Brian Harry’s (the PM of TFS) post on TFS 11 enhancements. He mentions that the next TFS version will support Subversion-style “Modify-merge-commit” workflows, which is a definitely a step in the right direction. However, … Continue reading 

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Using Mercurial as a local repository for Team Foundation Server / Start Front’N

This post covers how to setup mercurial(HG) as are local source control repository to sit in front of a Team Foundation Server . I am not going to go into the details of why you would want to run this … Continue reading 

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