List of changesets and updating work
Using v3, you will be able to experiment with new MSBuild features available in . As year 2010 rolls in, Team Foundation Sidekicks for Beta 2 release candidate of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2010 is available!
The release functionality is mainly identical to that of version 2./2008, with the exception of the following: Permissions Sidekick: Sidekick is not available in this release (to be added back in 2010 RTM timeframe) Build Type editing (VS integration only): The feature is not available in this release Dynamic History support (VS integration only): the History toolwindow is updated only when it is visible alongside with Source Control Explorer and single instance of the window exists (in 2010 History toolwindow may have multiple instances) For 2010 we still supply both stand-alone client application and Visual Studio integration package; the latter uses VS 2010 extension registration mechanism and is now available through VS Extensions Manager.
Here is a summary of the changes : Team Foundation Sidekicks for Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2013 is available!
This release functionality is identical to the previous version of Sidekicks for Visual Studio 2013, with support of TFS both on premise and in-the-cloud (Team Foundation Service).
We are proud to announce new Team Foundation Sidekicks release.
With this release we conclude support for Visual Studio/TFS 2005 & 2008; from now on any future releases will target VS/TFS 2010.
MSBuild is powerful general purpose build engine, but what if you have a dedicated build server running Team Foundation Server Build?
In such scenarios, Users View Sidekick would allow you searching for actual user display name using AD user name.
For 2012 we support both stand-alone client application and Visual Studio integration package; the latter uses VS 2012 extension registration mechanism and is available through VS Extensions Manager.
Note that there are separate installations for stand-alone app and VS package.
In this post we shall show how to do that in three simple steps (for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2008).
Prior to debugging you need to know about several limitations desktop build has comparing to Team build running on the server.