Bob Tanner, Martin Pool, Distribution archives for 1. Robert Collins, Fix "is not a stackable format" error when pushing a stackable-format branch with an unstackable-format repository to a destination with a default stacking policy. Andrew Bennetts bzr log --line now indicates which revisions are merges with [merge] after the date. Scripts which parse the output of this command may need to be adjusted.
What permissions do I need to grant them. The permissions to edit work items is set here: Edit work items in this node Q. How to use the blame feature in TFS? How do you use the blame feature in TFS?
Perhaps I should elaborate a bit and list what I think could be better: Can I change that? In the check-in dialog, when double-clicking a file, Notepad is launched and shows the contents of the file. What about the Visual Studio editor? The diff tool is hidden in a submenu.
Is there perhaps an option to turn that off? All files are read-only when checked-in and become writeable when edited for the first time. This is really annyoing when the application crashes because of that.
Windows Azure for example modifies a web. These are just the most prominent things that I think are really annoying and unnecessary. If you know some tricks, settings, featuers that make working with TFS less inconvenient, please share them.
I suspect this is a drawback of the Checkin dialogue being modal. Some third party tools like BeyondCompare have pages on their website with details of how to configure them with VS. This will show you the list of all changesets made to that project, who made them, the date they were made and any comment added to those changesets.
Why does tfs prompt me to overwrite every file?
To work under TFS source control, you will need the following: Your solution must be in source control! Your source control provider must be set to TFS.
You must have a workspace mapping on your local drive that tells TFS where the solution should be located on your hard drive.
Open Source Control and there is a drop-down list at the top of the window that shows the currently selected workspace. Drop this combo-box down and it gives an option to edit the workspace, where you can tell TFS where specific folders in its hierarchy are to be located on your hard drive.
You need to bind the solution to source control to tell TFS that you want to work in a source controlled way on this solution. You may need to synchronise your PC with the server.
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I just want to get the list of all change sets of a user in TFS. I want only the id of the change set, and a link to all items which are being checked in as part of that change set.
How can I do that? Besides option presented by Richard, you can also do that from within VS: Get current changeset id on workspace for TFS How do I figure out what changeset I currently have in my local workspace?
Sure, I can pick one file and view its history.When you import a repository at the command line, it changes the ownership and permissions of several files (including ashio-midori.com) so that .
Please check that the web server has write access to the database file as well as the whole db directory in the environment. It will definetely work if your database is small and you are going to use a full replication strategy, limit access to database by one instance, try use one writer-multiple reader or use other syncronization mechanizms to deliver a corerent and sync-ed database witout some of the errors.
They are useable in Windows with Tortoise SVN, which the whole team (or majority) uses. Or, of course, I'm the Linux person on the team, so I'd be able to use this. This update is a pretty typical issue, though. Server setup The initiation of the repository is fairly simple (here for example /home/svn/ must exist): # svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /home/svn/project1 Now the access to the repository is made possible with.# cvs import myapp Company R1_0 # Release tag can be anything in one word After a while a new directory "/devel/tools/" was added.
On Thu, 16 Jan , Olivier Berger wrote: > Are you suggesting that this wouldn't happen if we configured the SVN > repos differently, i.e. is only a side effect? > > Can you elaborate on the enable-rep-sharing = false?