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The Team Foundation Power Toys are now available for download.

Brian Harry blogged about it, and there are definitely a couple that make me go "oooh", such as:


Annotate (IDE & command line)

Annotate is a version control feature that enables you to quickly and easily determine who last changed a section of code.  It traverses the history of a file and "annotates" each line with the name of the user that last changed it and the change set # of the checkin.


TreeDiff (IDE & command line)

For a while now we've been getting lots of feedback that people really miss the ability to compare two folder structures, highlight the differences and take action to resolve them.  The wait is over...  There is a new "TreeDiff" command that enables exactly this.  You can compare your local working folders to the server, two local folders or two server folders (e.g. branches). 

As they say, read the whole thing.

Posted on Friday, September 8, 2006 6:42 AM Visual Studio , .NET Development | Back to top

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