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Blog Home Cross Browser Debugging integrated into About Scott Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. Sponsored By. Hosting By. Comments  Share on: Wednesday, January 30, 5: This is great news. Congrats to the team. You deserve a lot of credit too Mr. Your job disseminating this kind of news is incredible helpful for us mere "devs". Carlos Iriarte. I know you have been trolled so much recently.
But haters will always hate. Let's stop being apologetic. Microsoft is taking long big strides towards OSS and you are doing a great job - ignore trolls. Scott - what's the story regarding an open solution when changing a branch? Has this somehow improved with this? Eric Williams.
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Wednesday, January 30, 6: What is the story for git submodules like. This seems to be a sticking point for a lot of git solutions other than the command line so far. Is this going to be available for VS ? I love the new way that MS is going: This is awesome. Thanks for the good news Could an existing TFS project be used with the Git provider as the client?
Or in other words, how does this wave of git changes affect the tfs-git or git-tfs integration? Hari Menon. Great news! Great Job! Hari - Yes, you can still use git-tfs. They are looking at ways to integrate that even tighter, but I expect lots of folks will use Git locally and then push to a central TFS. Miladin - I don't think so. Scott Hanselman. Eric - It works well. Everything you do from the command line gets reflected in the GUI instantly. I've changed branches, added stuff, etc and VS keeps up.
Team Foundation Version Control for TFS & Azure DevOps
If you change a project file it will pop a dialog and you can click Reload All. Wednesday, January 30, 7: Miladin, I would highly doubt VS will see this support. The company I just started for cannot even buy a new license key for VS, or find one for purchase anywhere. It appears MS is forcing everyone to Norm Wirth. Glad to provide a few commits and a merge conflict for you to demonstrate, Scott. Perry - This uses LibGit2Sharp under the hood, which will have submodule support as soon as we get around to finishing it.
I can't speak to when or how it would manifest in the VS experience. Keith Dahlby. At least Mono gets points for including SSH support front-and-center , it's not immediately clear to me whether or not libgit2 does. Wednesday, January 30, 8: Exciting news Scott!!!! Just last week I was listing to Phil Hack on.
I didn't expected it so soon. I am sure the entire. Absolutely love this new direction! Keep it up! Thanks, Matt. Love the way MS is going on the. The more MS empowers the devs on it, the longer. Thanks Scott and VS team! Cullen Tsering.
Greaaat news. Just a quick one - that conflict resolution, is that 2 or 3 way merge? Wednesday, January 30, 9: I use PowerShell to handle my code and notes. I created a guide to set it up here: This is great! I hope one day Microsoft'll open up some of their larger projects like Visual Studio or even Windows! Wednesday, January 30, Switching branches with VS open kills me every time. Can't tell you how many times I've been bitten by this. Windows in general is agressive with locking files.
Thursday, January 31, Buck Hodges. Thursday, January 31, 3: Best news I've heard all day!! Spencer Roach. Libgit2 contributor here. I can't speak to Microsoft's motivations in choosing libgit2 to base their git support on, but I can speak to our project goals. We aim to provide git functionality to other programs in any language, not just CLR languages. GitHub itself uses the library through rugged , for example. As for SSH support, schu is still working on it. We'll get there. Ben Straub. Thursday, January 31, 7: Can't wait to try it.
Thursday, January 31, 9: This is good news but I'm sad to see Mercurial being shunned once again: Nice to see Microsoft producing good Git-tooling for Windows-developers. Is this all actually a move to get Phil Haack back to Microsoft? Seb Nilsson. Thursday, January 31, 1: Keith Is there a specific bug ticket in github for lib2git for submodules?
I am really hoping for a good solution for sub modules soon. How do I connect from within VS? Olivier Vanbiervliet. Olivier, you'll need to install a couple of things for VS The following blog post will provide the details. You can use these client tools with any Git service you want. Thursday, January 31, 2: Buck, thank you for your reply. I had everything installed already, it's just not clear where you would add git servers.
From what I see now, you must add every git project manually via the clone command. Maybe I'm not seeing something, but this screenshot from the Getting Started article shows a git logo under the Team Foundation Server list. That's what I was looking for Buck, Thanks for the git support, but I hate that Mercurial was informally supported then dropped. Why do y'all hate Python? Chris Nelson. Thursday, January 31, 6: Thanks for such nice article, I've been using.
Its integration with appHabour is awesome. I am looking this new native behavior. Thursday, January 31, 8: Perry - See and That is, you can create new Git Team Projects on tfs. If you want to use a repo that is hosted on GitStack or GitHub, it will only show up under "Local Repositories" but you can still use the Commits and Branches pages to work with the remote it will look for origin.
Visual Studio for Mac begins support for Team Foundation Version Control
Friday, February 01, Ralph Lavelle. Friday, February 01, 9: Thanks for the clarification, it makes sense. The UI could perhaps be a little clearer, but it works for now. Friday, February 01, 2: When trying to add my existing project to my Git repository at visualstudio. The 'SccProviderPackage' package did not load correctly. The error refers to an activity logfile where the two last entries are errors: GetProjectProperties System. Guid, System. String '.
Friday, February 01, 5: Did a repair on the Update 2 and reinstalled the Git tools and it now works: Sunday, February 03, 7: Keith- So it looks like you are already well on the way to supporting it. Monday, February 04, 4: Perry - this release can talk to any git server at least any server that supports smart HTTP be it github, bitbucket or Team Foundation Service.
Edward Thomson. Monday, February 04, Hi guys, cool to see Git-Integration. I've tried it and it seems to work. How can I change the password though? I've changed my password on github and now whenever I want to push an update onto the remote repository I get a , since the password I entered the first time is not valid anymore. Monday, February 04, 1: Sorry for double post, but it seems I found where to change the password. Hope it will help someone else and sorry for not searching in depth more before! Monday, February 04, 2: Edward When I try to pull from my github repo I get the following error.
An error was raised by libgit2. This transport isn't implemented. Monday, February 04, 6: Monday, February 04, 8: Hi Scott and others , First of all, a big thanks to you guys at Microsoft for taking this path. I don't directly work with Visual Studio myself, but I've tried helping out those who do with their Git issues, and this will be of big help, both directly and indirectly for wider adoption and use of Git. I've tried to paint a little overview of the Git tooling around for the Windows platform.
Perhaps some other readers will find it useful when navigating around the Git tools available. Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen. Tuesday, February 05, 7: Tried this out today, no support for autocrlf makes this add-in DOA.