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Reviewed:  2 reviews
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Change Set: 22c22f85983f
Released: Dec 19, 2013
Updated: Dec 11, 2014 by arukhlin
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Release Notes


Git-TF (on the Microsoft Download Center)

New Features:
  • Enable to use the commit author as the change set owner. With this change the 'git tf checkin --deep' command recognizes the following new options:
    • --keep-author - Use the commit author as the change set owner when checking in deep. The commit author should be known to TFS either by his name or e-mail address. To use this option you should be either a TFS project administrator or have the "Check in other users' changes" permission.
    • --ignore-author - Use the the current authenticated user as the changeset owner.
    • --user-map - Specifies an absolute or relative path to a file providing mapping between Git repository commit authors and TFS user identities. To generate a template mapping file, run check in command with --keep-author option in preview mode. (default: ./USERMAP)

Major Bug Fixes:
  • Performance improvement in deep clone/pull/fetch commands
  • Chunked upload implemented for pending changes generated for commits diff to avoid server timeout for long history of changes

Reviews for this release

This release ( removes support for Team Foundation Server 2005 and 2008. Sounds like a major change omitted in the release's changelog. If you need support for older TFS instances, stick with the 2.0.2 release. Besides that, everything else seems to work with, as long as you connect to TFS 2010 and above.
by sergiokas on Jan 29, 2014 at 4:29 PM
Works fine. The only thing I am missing is, that Git tags are converted to TFS labels.
by hfrmobile on Aug 12, 2014 at 12:17 PM