I am moving my companys source control from TFS to GIT. We have TFS currently defined as. Project Collection / / Client A / Product A / Product B / Product C / Client B / Product D / Product E / ...
Sorry about this long post, but I think it is worth it. I have just started with a small .NET shop that operates quite a bit differently to other places that I have worked. Unlike any of my previous ...
I have some experience with Perforce, SVN, and TFS. For SVN, The source files were by default writable after synchronization. However, they were readonly for Perforce, as well as TFS if memory served ...
My department is planning on working on our next several releases (spanning a year) simultaneously. The powers that be are advocating we support this by refactoring all affected code into classes ...
Possible Duplicate: What is your typical source control commit comment? What are suitable comments to put in the source control log? To me this seems a similar problem (but possibly more ...
This is neither a Holy War invocation nor is it http://stackoverflow.com/questions/661389/tfs-vs-svn - This question is much more specific and would potentially make a team of developers very happy: ...