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Use Team Foundation Version Control(TFVC) at Visual Studio Code

Posted in Visual Studio Code by dake
  • Install Visual Studio Team Services Extensions from Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
  • Add TF Command line to Visual Studio Code 
    • VSC - File - Preferences - Settings

      Depend on what's Visual Studio you installed on the machine, visual studio code's TFVC location will be different, following is an example for vs2015 and vs2017 for your reference.

      
      // example tf.exe location for visual studio 2015
      {
          "tfvc.location": "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\\Common7\\IDE\\tf.exe",
          "tfvc.restrictWorkspace": true
      }
      
      
      // example tf.exe location for visual studio 2017
      {
          "tfvc.location": "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Microsoft Visual Studio\\2017\\Community\\Common7\\IDE\\CommonExtensions\\Microsoft\\TeamFoundation\\Team Explorer\\tf.exe",
          "tfvc.restrictWorkspace": true
      }
      
    • Put your own setting depend on what Visual Studio you installed.

  • Login to your visual studio online and get Access Tokens from VSTS.
    • Click Security and go to Personal access tokens and click add a new token.Also, Make sure you copy the token now. We don't store it and you won't be able to see it again.
  • Open Visual Studio code and add token
    • Click the Team, put the token and click enter.
  • Now, you should be able to connect to visual studio team service from visual studio code, including check-in, get the latest file check bug items.

 

  1. TFVC Quickstart
  2. Visual studio code TFVC support
  3. How to add TF command to Visual Studio Code
  4. Video - Setup Team Services extensions for Visual Studio Code
  5. Visual Studio Team Services Extension for Visual Studio Code