I’ve not used tf.exe, of the “Command-line tools for TFS,” since I lost my virtual machines in 2012. So I’ll leave a note-to-self so it won’t take so long, having taken some time today to think about and need this. For my custom shell, I need to add a path to TFS:
@set PATH=^ … %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\IDE;^ …;
These are the commands I’ll need (as I tend to forget them for lack of daily use):
- The equivalent to Pending Changes in Visual Studio Team Explorer:
- Check-in with comment:
tf checkin /comment:"my comment".
- MSDN support:
tf msdn [command].
I did notice today that
tf status makes no distinction between promoted/un-promoted items. I do recall doing some TFS management/reporting from (strangely enough) Visual Studio integration tests (
vstest). In those days, I had to hunt around for TFS libraries. Now we have NuGet Package
I do remind myself that there exists Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools. I’ve used earlier versions of such “Power Tools”; I’ve no call for this right now.
I’ll need another note for my Slick SVN hooks into my CodePlex stuff!