To write an app using the Team Foundation API, you’re going to need to reference assemblies that are in the GAC. It’s not possible to add a reference to a .NET assembly in the GAC in VS when you need to add a reference to an assembly.
A number of users have asked about converting existing CVS and Subversion repositories to Team Foundation Server. While we have no plans to produce such, we had hoped third parties would. Today someone from Component Software posted an announcement of such a converter.
Recently, someone asked about locks, shelving, and buddy builds (i.e., shelving your changes and unshelving and building them in another workspace to make sure everything builds cleanly).
I am trying to add a number of files into our source control. The list of files I want to add contains a few each of .ico and .bmp,
In the forum, a user asked how to turn off the colors used in the output of the version control command line for Team Foundation (tf.exe). I thought I’d repost it here.
When tf.exe (beta 3 refresh version) displays an error message the text is colored in yellow on black.