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  • Blog Post: Linking Commits to Issues

    Just a quick post to let you know that we recently added support for linking issues to commits in CodePlex using the same #1234 syntax being used in TFS 2013. Basically, if you insert a ‘#’ symbol followed by an integer in your commit statement, changeset comment or pull request comments then this will...
  • Blog Post: Integration with AppHarbor

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @ codeplex ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website yesterday. AppHarbor In CodePlex, we continue to look for ways to enhance our project hosting offering by partnering with other companies and their services. AppHarbor is a platform...
  • Blog Post: Pull Request Listing, Recent Releases in Followed Projects, and Projects You May Like

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @ codeplex ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website yesterday. Pull Request Listing We now provide the ability to view a history of all of the pull requests that have been sent by project members. You can filter those requests...
  • Blog Post: Pull Request Diff Notes, Adding Changesets, and a Vertical Splitter

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @ codeplex ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website yesterday. Pull Request Diff Notes In a continuation of the pull request conversations feature that we added in our March release, we’ve added the ability to add notes to...
  • Blog Post: Pull Request Conversations, Inline Diff Enhancements

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @adacole_msft ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website today. Pull Request Conversations Previously, the only way for project members and users who submitted pull requests to converse was via e-mail. This complicated the review process and...
  • Blog Post: Pull Request Changes, Multi-Selection in Advanced View, and Advertisement Changes

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @adacole_msft ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website today. Pull Request Changes In this release, we have begun to re-focus on Pull Requests to ensure a productive experience between the project users and developers. We feel we made significant...
  • Blog Post: Profile Picture Thumbnails, Following Projects, and Fork Collaboration

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @adacole_msft ] We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website last week. Profile Picture Thumbnails We have added a way to select a thumbnail from your profile picture, which will start appearing next to usernames across the site.  Managing...
  • Blog Post: Work Item Keyboard Shortcuts, Resolving Mercurial Work Items, WikiPlex 2.0

    [Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter @matthawley and @adacole_msft ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software yesterday. Keyboard Shortcuts With this release, we have added a set of keyboard shortcuts for common tasks in the Issue Tracker.  This feature is a popular request in the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Writer Support and Source Code Branch Selector

    [Do you tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software yesterday. Windows Live Writer Support With this release, we have implemented our #1 project feature request, Updating Wiki Pages with Windows Live Writer! Following up on our prior release...
  • Blog Post: WYSIWYG Wiki Editor

    [Do you tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software today. WYSIWYG Wiki Editor With this release, we have enabled the ability for project members to edit their wiki pages in either the Wiki Markup or with a WYSIWYG Html editor. When you create or...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live™ ID Support, Download Page Ads, and Other Changes

    [Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software today. Windows Live™ ID Support The #2 requested feature for CodePlex has been to support logging in using your Windows Live™ ID account. We’re happy to say, that with this release this is now possible...
  • Blog Post: Free TekPub Episode: Using Mercurial with CodePlex

    [Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] The team at TekPub has just released a special free episode on using Mercurial with CodePlex. In it, Rob Conery demonstrates some Mercurial basics using TortoiseHg and VisualHg , pushing your repository changes to CodePlex, and the forking workflow within...
  • Blog Post: CodePlex Mercurial Support for Forks

    [Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of CodePlex software today. This release changes how the Patches feature works for Mercurial based projects by replacing it with Forks. A Fork is a branch of the project repository stored on our servers where you can make...
  • Blog Post: Associating Change sets to Releases and Displaying Mercurial Branches/Tags

    [Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software today. Associating Change sets to Releases When you’re editing your release information, you’ll notice a new textbox in the Release Details section that will allow you to add a Change set number...
  • Blog Post: Using Mercurial on CodePlex

    There’s ton of documentation out there on how to use Mercurial and its various clients. For this blog post, you’ll see me use a popular client called TortoiseHg. ( Hg is the chemical element symbol for Mercury, hence Tortoise ”Hg” in case you’re wondering.) If you’re already familiar with TortoiseSVN...
  • Blog Post: CodePlex now supporting native Mercurial

    What is Mercurial? Mercurial is a distributed source control management system. For new projects created on CodePlex.com, you will be able to choose from either Team Foundation Server or Mercurial as your source control repository . To illustrate, in the Create a Project wizard you’ll see the following...
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