Integrating a version control system with an integrated development environment (IDE)


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Integrating a version control system with an integrated development environment (IDE)

Two of the most popular development environments, Microsoft's Visual Studio and Apple's Xcode have integration with Source Code Control built right into the IDE. In Xcode, Git is supported natively. In Visual Studio, Microsoft provides support for Team Foundation Server and many third parties provide support for Git Subversion, Perforce, and Mercurial. In many of these integrated development environments, the environment will automatically check files out for you when you begin modifying them and support check in, reverting, branching right within the IDE. So let's take a look at Visual Studio.

Here we have a solution inside Visual Studio, a simple console application which has a main program and two separate features. I've gone ahead and created a project inside the Team Foundation Server on CodePlex and prepared to add this project to TFS. You can see the green plus signs right here and right here, next to each one of these things, indicating that an add is pending. But the code ha...

Integrating a version control system with an integrated development environment (IDE)
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Integrating a version control system with an integrated development environment (IDE) provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Michael Lehman as part of the Fundamentals of Software Version Control

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