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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 10:28 PM
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Late to the game here, but I actually transitioned my company away from VSS to TFS after I started there in September. VSS is a nightmare but the new TFS online stuff is actually pretty robust. You can actually use Git with TFS online instead of the standard Team Foundation version control, but people I work with don't have an familiarity with the Git system so I had to keep it close to home. If you are doing any work on .NET I would highly recommend using TFS Online with Git as the actual version control system. Otherwise, just stick with Bitbucket. I say Bitbucket over Github because Bitbucket actually includes a private repo for free, Github charges for this feature.
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Careful with GIT on TFS, last I remember it was partially supported. You can select it from an option and stuff, but its not fully incorporated in the Visual Studio versions last i remember.



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Careful with GIT on TFS, last I remember it was partially supported. You can select it from an option and stuff, but its not fully incorporated in the Visual Studio versions last i remember.

Actually, it's totally integrated as of VS2015 and it works well.

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It works well as long as you don't use SSH and don't want to use anything but the most basic features.

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It works well as long as you don't use SSH and don't want to use anything but the most basic features.
Your talking about GIT on TFS right? If so, that's what i thought. Not the SSH , but the basic features only.



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No, I meant Git in Visual Studio. Perhaps I misread your post but it sounded like you were also talking about VS integration. I haven't used TFS at all, only Git and SVN.

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