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TFS folder compare in Visual Studio 2005

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/06/04

Recently I had to do some work in Visual Studio 2005 and TFS 2005.

I missed the “Folder Compare” feature on one of my machines, and I was sure it was on one of my others.
This feature is standard in Visual Studio 2008. A very handy feature indeed :-)

Then this post reminded me to install the Team Foundation System Power Tools.
Since I was not sure if the TFS 2010 power tools would work nicely with Visual Studio 2005, I went through my archives and found these URLs:

Note that these TFS tools also need the Domain-Specific Language tools; you can download those here:

So I installed this version of the power tools, and can do a folder compare again.


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