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Archive for the ‘Source Code Management’ Category

svn – Where does TortoiseSVN save password cached files in Windows 7? (via: Stack Overflow)

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/07/09

If you ever had a Windows SVN tool like TortoiseSVN remember your password on Windows, then look under this directory (thanks ee.):

%AppData%\Subversion\auth

Part of the trick is %AppData%, which points to your user profile (which might not be on your C: drive, or not on a drive at all).

Under that directory, is a set directories creating credentials that depend on the authentication method (thans M4N who pointed me to the TortoiseSVN authentication section on the docs): Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Development, Software Development, Source Code Management, Subversion/SVN | Leave a Comment »

Some notes/links on Git-TF: the GIT/TFS bridge

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/06/05

TFS 2012 Update 2 and up can do GIT or TFS (now called TFVC for Team Server Version Control). It was improved in TFS 2013, but still it leaves two small problems:

  1. It cannot host the same repository as both GIT and TFVC.
  2. It cannot conver from GIT to TFVC or back.

Luckily there are two tools that can help: GIT TF and GIT TFS.

GIT TF is a way to bridge TFS and GIT. It is different from GIT TFS (that only runs on Windows, it is provided by Microsoft).

You can use both for instance to move GIT to/from TFS, or to compare or leverage GIT against TFS Express and Team Foundation Service which are both free for up to 5 developers. A few notes and some more links: Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Development, DVCS - Distributed Version Control, git, Software Development, Source Code Management, TFS (Team Foundation System) | Leave a Comment »

Team Foundation Server Express and Team Foundation Service: some links

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/06/04

I know covering TFS 2012 has been in the blog queue for way too long (:

A few links:

–jeroen

PS: Nowadays, Team Foundation Service is called “Visual Studio Online”. But many people still call it TFS. See www.visualstudio.com

Posted in CodePlex, Development, DVCS - Distributed Version Control, git, Software Development, Source Code Management, TFS (Team Foundation System) | 1 Comment »

How Do Young Go-Getters Get With Old Git? (via: Dr. Dobb’s – Google+)

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/04/25

Interesting:

How Do Young Go-Getters Get With Old Git?

fournova launches Git learning platform — from command-line interface to GUI

–jeroen

via: Dr. Dobb’s – Google+ – How Do Young Go-Getters Get With Old Git?….

Posted in Development, DVCS - Distributed Version Control, git, Source Code Management | Leave a Comment »

TFS/Visual Studio: View Pending Changes in Other Workspaces

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/04/01

For my reminder list: lots of people forget to checkin/undo changes in TFS of stuff automatically checked out by Visual Studio when investigating a problem in their program.

This shows how to view changes made by other users (always in other workspaces because they are not you).

You can do it from Visual Studio, of with the tf command line tool.

View Pending Changes in Other Workspaces.

–jeroen

Posted in Development, Software Development, Source Code Management, TFS (Team Foundation System), Visual Studio 11, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio and tools | Leave a Comment »

 
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