Announcing the availability of Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools
Today we have released Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools
This release supports
- Visual Studio 2013 RC
- Team Foundation Server 2013 RC
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Features Included in this release:
Best Practices Analyzer
A diagnostic tool that you can use to perform the following actions:
A Visual Studio add-in, located under the Team | Team Project Settings | Source Control menu. Adds several new checkin policies:
Process Template Editor
A Visual Studio add-in, located under the Tools menu. The Process Template Editor provides a graphical user interface for customizing work items (field, workflow and the form) and process templates.
This tool enables you to create shapes for the PowerPoint storyboarding add-in with custom resize logic.
Team Explorer Enhancements
This tool provides additional Visual Studio menu options and functions to support finding files under version control by status or wildcard, opening a folder using File Explorer from the Source Control Explorer context menu, and labeling files and folders in Source Control Explorer.
Team Foundation Power Tool Command Line (tfpt.exe)
A companion tool to “tf.exe” that offers additional version control commands, work item tracking, and team project manipulation.
Test Attachment Cleaner
The execution of a Test Run (whether automated or manual) generates a bunch of diagnostic data, which may be captured either automatically by the system or manually by the tester.
Windows PowerShell Cmdlets
This tool provides a Windows PowerShell interface that supports basic version control commands and a pipeline and glue to enable scripting.
Windows Shell Extensions
This tool provides integration with Windows Explorer and the common file dialogs. With this integration, you can perform many source control operations without having to run Visual Studio or a Team Foundation command-line tool.
Work Item Templates
A plug-in to Visual Studio, this tool provides an add-in to the Team menu and a new section on the Work Items page in Team Explorer. Use this tool to create new work items with default values, or to easily apply values to existing work items.