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Yesterday’s update of Team Foundation Service requires a new build of git-tf, which is now available for download. Using a version of git-tf prior to the update will result in repeated prompts for your password but will never succeed in authenticating.
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I just got crazy because of this. I hope the git-tf build you deploy right now is able to tell the user to update git-tf when you update TFS next time. Would be a great time saver for your current and future customers.
I will subscribe to your blog right now for the case you do not put this feature in the git-tf client.
@Sascha - very sorry about that. We shouldn't need to make a breaking change like this again now that we're doing it the correct way - but apologies again.
Please please please, stop the git-tf madness. Support a true git integration and give everyone an option to leave Visual SourceSafe++ in the 90s where it belongs.