Internally, someone wanted to rename a folder and received an error instead of having the folder moved. When trying to rename $/ProjectA/Folder1 to $/ProjectB/Folder1, the user received the error message, “TF14097: Cannot rename $ProjectA/Folder1 when it has a working folder mapping assigned to it.”
Now that the RC is out, I thought I’d post a summary with links to version control posts from the last several months that I think are relevant.
Baseless merges now record history
How to add the Team Foundation assemblies to the .NET tab in the VS Add Reference dialog
How to improve command line performance
Team Foundation Version Control API documentation
Source Control Explorer now shows more information about the state of items
How to diff Word documents
Hold the shift key and double click
Go to Changeset coming for RTM
Changing the encoding of a pending add works for RTM
Working remotely with TFS Version Control
Clark Sell posted a VSTS JumpStart with useful links as well.
I’m still catching up on what’s been going on, and I found this on Grace Francisco’s blog. I’ve highlighted the end of the summary where it mentions using TeamPrise on Linux.
MSDN Webcast: Accessing Visual Studio 2005 Team System Using the Teamprise Plug-In for Eclipse (Level 200)
Find out how you can use the Teamprise Plug-in for Eclipse to access the source control features of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System from within the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE).
The Team Foundation RC should be available for download sometime today, and Jeff Beehler provided a high-level description of what’s changed. His first point is the most significant. There are many, many bug fixes in the RC compared to beta 3.
One of the many great parts of Visual Studio Team System is Load Testing. As one of the three original projects here in the Durham, North Carolina office, it was known as Ocracoke originally (Version Control was Hatteras, and Work Item Tracking was Currituck —
Back in June, I wrote a post on using baseless merges to establish a merge relationship between two items where neither was branched from the other. A week after I posted it, I had to go back and change it to say that baseless wouldn’t record merge history for v1,