Adam Singer

Veni, vidi, expertus sum- I came, I saw, I tested

April, 2005

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About Adam Singer

An inside look at life as a Software Design Engineer in Test at Microsoft in the Visual Studio product group.

I post code samples and workarounds, information on new features and random thoughts. My sense of humor is an acquired taste- which is a polite way of saying I make some pretty dumb jokes.

For more information, see post #1!

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    Remapping in style

    James introduced me to a neat trick recently with working folders. Oftentimes, I create a workspace and only want to map one team project to the local workspace root. Of course, I could use the UI, but that's not scriptable from a command file . I could...
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    Rounding the Baselines

    Bruce from GrapeCity Inc. asks: When reading something about version control I learn a term "baseline". But in TF version control, I did not find it but a new term "workspace". I feel the two terms have similar meanings. Is my understanding right or...
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    Editorial privileges

    A follow-up question from my most recent post - How often do you think you'll want to edit the comments and checkin notes of previously submitted changesets? Will you use it? Do you want to be able to edit other parts of the changeset (note that work...
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    Alice in changesets

    In our last episode , we discussed the checkin process. Of course, checking in changes isn't the end of the process; it's really just a new beginning. Changesets represent discrete points in time and can be used refer to a specific state of the repository...
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