• CodePlex Weblog

    Check out the New Look for CodePlex Projects

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    Starting in today’s deployment, your project’s logo and title are now the focus on your CodePlex project pages. We’ve seen requested for more individual branding for CodePlex project, especially when green isn’t the desired primary color for their project...
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    The times they are a changing...

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    It was 4½ years ago that Sandy Khaund and I founded the group that was chartered to build an open source project hosting site for Microsoft. The site, which eventually became known as CodePlex (it had many internal names) launched a little more than a...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Project subdomain URLs and separate RSS feed for reviews

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    On Thursday, we deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software. Project subdomain URLs All project pages are now in the form of projectname.codeplex.com. A few months ago, we introduced this feature at the project homepage level. Now, we’ve implemented...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Linking Commits to Issues

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    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...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Why Did We Write the CodePlex Client?

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    I want to answer some speculation about what motivated our team to write the CodePlex source control client. When we chose Team Foundation Server as our source control system, we knew that there would be big reactions to our choice. We knew there would...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    CodePlex / DotNetNuke Partnership in DotNetNuke Forge

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    The CodePlex team is proud to announce our partnership with the DotNetNuke corporation for their DotNetNuke Forge launch. The DotNetNuke Forge is a premier destination for open source collaboration on the DotNetNuke platform, with CodePlex as the project...
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    Markdown Editor Enhancements

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    We added formatting buttons to our markdown editor! Now, if you are trying to learn markdown or you just forgot the syntax for a hyperlink, you can click the formatting buttons, and the proper markdown syntax will be added to the text. The supported markdown...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Latest features: Source Control Browser and New Project Directory Search

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    We just finished deploying the latest version of the CodePlex software today. Project Directory Search The Project Directory has a new search UI. Highlights include drilling down on search results either on the tag or the release development status… searching...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Continuous Deployment to Azure powered by Git

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    Today Scott Guthrie announced several updated capabilities for Azure Web Sites. Announcing: Great Improvements to Windows Azure Web Sites I recommend you checkout the full post there are some really cool improvements. My favorite is the ability...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Syntax Highlighting for PHP and CSS files

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    On Thursday (3/19), we deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software. This release focused primarily on various infrastructure improvements to improve performance, especially during peak traffic hours. During the infrastructure improvements, we...
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    Searching by Relevance

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    Our latest deployment (yesterday) of the CodePlex software provides the ability to search based on user relevance. Search results are based on a ranking algorithm that factors in the project title, project URL, project description, homepage wiki text...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Welcome to CodePlex!

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    I'm posting this on behalf of Jim Newkirk, who is on vacation. Our goal with this blog is to be a place, direct from the team members, for information about CodePlex. What are we working on? When is the next deployment? How do you develop CodePlex...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Search Project Openings, New Ad Format, and more

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    [Do you tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] We deployed the latest version of the CodePlex software today. Project Openings Enhancements With today’s release, CodePlex users now have the ability to search for project openings across all projects...
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    Pull Request Diff Notes, Adding Changesets, and a Vertical Splitter

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    [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...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    TortoiseSVN support for CodePlex

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    We have published the SvnBridge project at http://www.codeplex.com/SvnBridge SvnBridge is designed to allow using TortoiseSVN with Team Foundation Server. It works by emulating a Subversion server and converting the calls to the TFS API. SvnBridge...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Interested in Working on CodePlex?

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    [Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @matthawley ] Do you have a passion for open source and want to help shape the direction of CodePlex? Do you love delivering customer-focused products? Are you interested in working with a small, high performance team...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    CodePlex integrates with Zapier

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    CodePlex is now able to send commit events to Zapier! If you haven’t played with Zapier before, we highly recommend checking it out. It is a web service that allows you to connect 200+ services on the web without writing any code. With the new CodePlex...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Release Notes 1/17/2013

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    The CodePlex team has been working hard to improve our TFS cluster, and it is now running much faster! The improvements will increase reliability and performance of source browsing, issue tracking, project creation, and team management for TFS projects...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Open-Sourcing the CodePlex Client

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    This morning we just published a CodePlex project for our source control client . We've released the source code under the Microsoft Permissive License. The source code is already available, and the internal and external issues have been moved to the...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Hello

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    You’ll be seeing some more posts from me here soon so wanted to quickly say hi. My name is Martin Woodward and I’ve just moved over to work on CodePlex team here in Microsoft as the PM. I’ve been part of the CodePlex community since May 2006 (3 years...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Release Notes 3/6/2013

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    This week, the CodePlex team made several improvements across the site. A couple noteworthy changes are: F# syntax highlighting is now supported in both source browsing and code snippets. Huge thanks to LukeH for helping with this! A user who...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Improving Issue Tracker Details

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    In this release, the CodePlex team made improvements to the issue tracker. Two notable changes are: In an effort to reduce clutter on the issue page, fields that have a value of “unassigned” are now hidden from the view. The impact...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    OData Service for TFS 2010, try it out on CodePlex

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    The Visual Studio team just recently released the beta of the OData Service for Team Foundation Server 2010 . Check out the announcement here . To help get customer feedback, they made the service available to all CodePlex TFS users here: https://codeplexodata...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    CodePlex projects now indexed by Koders and also available in Black Duck Open Source Knowledge Base

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    Black Duck Software announced this morning that CodePlex projects are now searchable via Koders.com and have also been incorporated into its open source Knowledge Base repository. You can find out more information in the Black Duck / CodePlex press release...
  • CodePlex Weblog

    Commenting on Commits

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    The source code experience on CodePlex just got more social. Now, you can comment directly on a commit when viewing a project’s source code history. This feature acts as a nice compliment to the existing ability to comment on a pull request's commits...
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