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During the excitement of the releases last week is that we also shipped a new version of Team Explorer Everywhere – our Eclipse and Cross-Platform client for Team Foundation Server. This is officially part of the TFS 2012 wave of products, meaning that it’s equivalent to Team Explorer Everywhere 2012 Update 3 though it’s also fully supported against TFS 2013 Preview, the hosted service and TFS 2010. We had a few important bug fixes and updates that we wanted to get into the “RTM” version of TEE rather than having them in a “Preview” labeled build which was the main motivation for making this an update to Version 11 rather than part of the VS 2013 Preview train. But rest assured that we’re still hard at work and will continue to release versions of Team Explorer Everywhere supporting each new version of TFS (and Eclipse) just as we’ve always done. We’re on track to ship another major version release of Team Explorer Everywhere with TFS 2013 when that is released.
The major updates we included in this update are:
There were numerous additional small improvements and bug fixes, but these were the major blocking issues that we wanted to get out ASAP. You can download the latest version from the Eclipse Marketplace, direct from our update site (http://dl.microsoft.com/eclipse/tfs) or from the Team Explorer Everywhere link in the Microsoft Download Center. We also updated the TFS SDK for Java to include all these fixes in our Java API.
We will be releasing the next major version of Team Explorer Everywhere in the coming months. Expect to see some of the Team Explorer usability enhancements that we’ve been adding into the Visual Studio Team Explorer along with important features such as transparent symlink support on Unix file systems and better integration with eGit for projects that are hosted in TFS but with a Git rather than TFVC source control repository.