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Changing source control type in TFS 2013


Changing source control type in TFS 2013

By : user2948274
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
wish of those help You can't change the source control type of an existing team project. However, you can migrate history and source code from one to another fairly easily. There are plenty of tools out there to help you accomplish that -- your search engine of choice can help you find them.
Your best bet, though, is to choose a source control tool up front and stick with it -- Git and TFVC have very different branching models, so you'd almost definitely encounter some pain in migrating the source code.
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Visual Studio 2013 RC and source control

Visual Studio 2013 RC and source control


By : Dan Mowchan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times While working with a project stored on Gitlab and using Visual Studio 2013 Express RC, I ran into an issue where a couple items in Solution Explorer were marked with a red x (where a padlock, plus sign, or red checkmark typically are) with a tooltip of "pending delete" and in the Team Explorer changes window I see that they are marked for delete and a few of these items, oddly, were duplicated in the Untracked changes section as well. Not sure how to reproduce. The only thing I can think of doing was removing Entity Framework and adding in EF6 RC1. , Not sure of the best practices way, but resolved by:
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1. opening Git Bash
2. cd'ing to the root directory. 
3. Set up globals and origin (using set-url as it already existed. Globals 
   were probably already present, but when attempting step 4 prior to this 
   step, I was greeted with a username/password prompt).
   * Originally wasn't aware that the user/pass was for http auth (which Visual 
     Studio must use). Probably an unneccessary step.
4. git push origin master -> entered passphrase
5. checked on Gitlab: the two commits had been pushed out.
What are the big differences between TFVC (TFS Version Control) and Git for source control when using Visual Studio 2013

What are the big differences between TFVC (TFS Version Control) and Git for source control when using Visual Studio 2013


By : Raúl Osorio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue.
What are the big differences between TFS and Git for source control when using VS 2013?
Add project to source control hangs VS 2013

Add project to source control hangs VS 2013


By : DMac
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue TFS could be taking a long time to process the request, meaning that something may be configured incorrectly or in a sub-optimal way with your environment.
Try running the TFS Best Practice Analyzer that comes with TFS Power Tools on your TFS server and see if anything sticks out, especially with regards to your TfsService account. I've seen people have performance issues in the past executing certain functions when a Windows Group Policy was preventing TFS from having the right access privileges it wanted on the machine. Oddly enough the jobs would run successfully but take an inordinate amount of time.
vs 2013: Source Control List location

vs 2013: Source Control List location


By : Magadheera
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I recommend you'll install TFS source control explorer extension:
https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/af70cbb7-1e0d-4d16-bc57-cccc15370c51
VS 2013 can't add existing project to TFS source control

VS 2013 can't add existing project to TFS source control


By : hayal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Go to File->Source Control->Change Source Control. (in Visual Studio 2012/2013 it's File->Source Control->Advanced->Change Source Control)
Look for the "Solution: your solution name" and if it's not bound it will say "no server". Click on it and then click "Bind" from the toolbar.
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