TFS 2012 Update 2: Version Control Changes

The TFS Web Access Source tab was renamed to “Code” in TFS 2012 Update 2:

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I noticed a few differences:

When viewing a file’s content, you now get colored syntax (before it was all black & white):
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Changeset history is grouped by date rather than having one long list of changesets:
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Better compare experience with side-by-side comparison and in-line comparisons:

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You are now able to search by changeset ID:
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You can also get much more detailed information when viewing a changeset’s details:
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From there, you can group your changes by path, changetype, and also view your source control explorer “as of this version”.

The Shelveset section also changed with a new UI and you can search for shelvesets from other people in your team:
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About esteban

Esteban is the Founder and Chief Technologist at Nebbia Technology, an ALM consulting and Azure-powered technology company. He is a software developer with a passion for ALM, TFS, Azure, and software development best practices. Esteban is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and ALM Ranger, Pluralsight author, and the president of ONETUG (Orlando .NET User Group).

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  1. daniel

    ProcessParameters it gives you only the values that are different from the default values of the build definition


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