Updating pending checkins visual studio

15-Apr-2016 00:18

Note that version 3.1 is compatible only with Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 client binaries.

Please use version 2.4 for prior versions (2005/2008) Download MSI installation package (version 3.1.1, build from 20-Feb-2012) Read the license View Team Foundation Sidekicks page The installation package includes Users View Sidekick, Code Review Sidekick, Shelveset Sidekick, Labels Sidekick, History Sidekick, Workspace Sidekick, Permission Sidekick and Status Sidekick in stand-alone application.

The installation package includes Users View Sidekick, Permission Sidekick, Code Review Sidekick, Shelveset Sidekick, Labels Sidekick, History Sidekick, Workspace Sidekick and Status Sidekick in stand-alone application as well as Visual Studio Integration Package with all Sidekicks integrated, Search Items dialog, dynamic History and Build Type editing functionality.

(of course, the new “no color” interface is part of the problem...) - Difficult to exclude changes!

At any time, you can refresh the source control status of a solution that you have open in Blend.

This is useful for picking up status changes if you have the solution open in Microsoft Visual Studio Team System Team Explorer and Blend at the same time.

it is essentially a race condition between how fast the nuget package installer can make file changes before the source control monitoring update check occurs in the background. We have not fully migrated company wide from 2013 to 2015 yet, though that is in the works. In 2015 it no longer outputs the error message that was present before, and it looks like it may have been able to copy the files, but the file are still marked as Pending Deletes.

Since issues are move to github, and the corresponding issues from codeplex do not seem to be here currently, i am assuming this is the current standing of the investigation into this. It appears that since the source control monitoring of Visual Studio is active during nuget installs it is detecting the file removals, even though they are temporary, and setting them as pending changes. i have VS2012, VS2013 and VS2015 installed (as well as 20; blame VS's c-runtime, build tools, debug dll and legacy sdk dependencies...).

(of course, the new “no color” interface is part of the problem...) - Difficult to exclude changes!At any time, you can refresh the source control status of a solution that you have open in Blend.This is useful for picking up status changes if you have the solution open in Microsoft Visual Studio Team System Team Explorer and Blend at the same time. it is essentially a race condition between how fast the nuget package installer can make file changes before the source control monitoring update check occurs in the background. We have not fully migrated company wide from 2013 to 2015 yet, though that is in the works. In 2015 it no longer outputs the error message that was present before, and it looks like it may have been able to copy the files, but the file are still marked as Pending Deletes. Since issues are move to github, and the corresponding issues from codeplex do not seem to be here currently, i am assuming this is the current standing of the investigation into this. It appears that since the source control monitoring of Visual Studio is active during nuget installs it is detecting the file removals, even though they are temporary, and setting them as pending changes. i have VS2012, VS2013 and VS2015 installed (as well as 20; blame VS's c-runtime, build tools, debug dll and legacy sdk dependencies...).The installation package includes MSBuild Sidekick v4.5 application trial (supports MSBuild 2.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5). The installation package includes MSBuild Sidekick v3 application trial (supports MSBuild 2.0, 3.5 and 4.0). When installed, the software will be fully functional for 14 days; once trial expired you will not be able to use the software.