Connecting to CUHASI Source Control:
We use Microsoft Team Foundation System. To access this you need:
- MS Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition,
- a standalone Team Foundation Explorer client,
- or a web browser.
You are required to have an account.
JUST BROWSING With a web browser:
The prefered method for just browsing the source code is to us the TeamPlain web interface:
TEAM FOUNDATATION EXPLORER
Team Foundation Server Explorer for users who do not have Visual studio team edition
Basically you will download a file from water, and install it. This also works for people who do not have visual studio at all.
Install Team Foundation Server Explorer
You will need the hisguest password. Ask David Valentine
REPOSITORIES of Interest:
- Web Services $/Web Services/WaterOneFlow
- DASH $/DASH
- OD Loader $/Office Apps
- DASH $/DASH
- Generic Web Services
- $/Web Services/WaterOneFlow/genericODws
- $/Web Services/WaterOneFlow/WaterOneFlow/genericODws
- $/Web Services/WaterOneFlow/WaterOneFlow/waterOneFlowImpl
- OD Loader
- $/Office Apps/ODDataLoader
- $/Office Apps/ODWebService
There is now a WaterOneFlow-1-0 branch.
- $/Web Services/WaterOneFlow-1-0/
Notes, When you upload, check the file back out into a New or different workspace====
In the source control explorer, select Workspace>workspaces...
- Select new workspace in menu
- Select module, right click "Get Latest Version
Flatten and check in solutions/projects¶
- projects/solutions should be in the same directory tree, always a relative path (project is .\project to solution).
- copy and edit solution file to make paths relative.
USE ADD EXISTING to add a DLL to a project
- if a DLL has a .refresh, it will not get added to the repository
-- it is ok to have a refresh it the DLL is in the same project tree in source control.
aka it will be checked
OOPS, I added a DLL with a .refresh
- remove the .refresh files, check-in changes
- check the project into a new workspace. The dll will not be in the bin directory.
- copy the ddl to the directory (do not use add reference, yet).
- start vs2005, now add reference.
- check in
- in you previous working version, remove the dll's if they are still there.
- right click- get latest version on the bin directory.
I can't see a repository:
- select the "Team Explorer" Panel
- right click on "Add Existing Team Project"
- Click on the newly added repository.