Microsoft Git-TF version 2.0 for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012, a set of cross-platform, command line tools that facilitate sharing of changes between TFS and Git is now available.
"Git-TF allows developers to use Git locally and "sync-up" with a central TFS server. It's a particularly nice way to, for example, enable integrated version control is XCode but still participate in a team working with TFS," Microsoft stated.
"These tools allow a developer to use a local Git repository, and configure it to share changes with a TFS server. Using the tools, changes made in TFS can be pulled into a local Git repository, and changes made in the Git repository can be checked in to TFS. These tools can be used by individuals or teams collaborating using Git," the Redmond company added.
it-F version 2.0 update includes quite a few new features…
- A Chocolatey package that makes installing everything even easier
- Shelving support (including Shelve, list Shelvesets and Unshelve)
- Gated checkin support
- File & Folder rename support when shelving and checking in
- A few other smaller features and some nice bug fixes like:
- Improved checkin performance
- Problems with clone leaving untracked files
- And more…
You can download version 2.0 of the Microsoft Git-TF for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 from Download Center.
Microsoft also announced the October 2012 update for Configuration Manager Documentation Library, now include prerelease documentation to support System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1, and updates for the release version of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
"In addition, you can find a new script on the Script Center: How to Disable the Software Updates Post-Deadline Randomization Delay. This script and related information lets you disable the installation randomization delay for required software updates that we clarified in our July documentation update. This change in behavior from Configuration Manager 2007 was introduced into System Center 2012 Configuration Manager to better support VDI, and is not configurable in the console. However, in Configuration Manager SP1, you will be able to control this behavior for required software updates and required applications, by using a new client setting, Disable deadline randomization. Note that although we've updated the prerelease TechNet documentation for this new setting, it is not yet available with the beta release of Configuration Manager SP1," Microsoft stated.
Refer Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager on TechNet.