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The number one new feature request from users is for CodePlex to support Subversion. Specifically what users are telling us they want is the features and experience they get when using TortoiseSVN as a source control client. It is important to us on the CodePlex team to provide our users the features they want and need to have the best experience possible, and so we will soon be offering support for using TortoiseSVN with CodePlex.
Our release date for offering TortoiseSVN support is June 18th. Note that this is a revised date from June 5th to give additional time for development and testing.
We plan to offer TortoiseSVN support by creating a “bridge” that emulates a Subversion server and converts the requests from TortoiseSVN into calls to Team Foundation Server. We want to offer users the ability to use the source control tools of their choice with the most flexibility possible, and we chose this approach because it offers the following benefits:
We will be releasing the “bridge” software as an open source project on CodePlex.
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That's cool! It will be possible to use VisualSVN to access CodePlex from Visual Studio!
Subversion on CodePlex
Periodically, the topic of having a Tortoise SVN -like client for TFS comes up. The CodePlex team announced
Any idea on the timeframe for the release?
Thank you for the update
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CodePlex to Support TortiseSVN
I am really behind the curve on this but I was very excited when I heard that CodePlex is now supporting
As I said in my Microsoft at the Crossroads post , I don't believe that Microsoft and many "mainstream" .NET developers understand the way many of us choose to work and the tools we use. For a long time, I generically refered to this as "Agile"
I know the place for bug reports is on the CodePlex issue tracker, but this issue( http://svnbridge.codeplex.com/WorkItem/View.aspx?WorkItemId=12875 ) is a definite show stopper and seems to have received no attention whatsoever for more than 2 months now !
In effect, (some ?) binary files are treated like text during checkout, whatever their mime/type property, and are then corrupted. I cannot live with this bug on !
Thanks for relying this information to whoever is in charge...