1,975 votes77 comments · Visual Studio IDE » Version Control (Git/TFVC) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We’re excited to let you know that we’ve begun planning for this feature. Please keep an eye out for further updates!
With great joy I have receved notification that this feature is now entering the planning stage.
Our preferred way of working with VS is a solution containing one website and a number of classliberies supporting that website.
It is much needed to place each web and each classliberie in each own git repo. Letting the developer edit any file in the solution.
For that we need this feature very much.
Please contact me from a reply-able mail adresse or via Skype ID:anders_djursaa for any clarification
Regards and thanks in advance Anders
Please ... We use to work (with the old TFS version control) with solutions that uses several classlibs that are also used in other solutions.
The difficulty of reusing repos/classlibs across different solutions is very very anoyingAndersD supported this idea ·
This is a much needed feature.
It seems like like the Eazy Git provider can do the job (https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=jzoss.GitSourceControlProvider2015) - but it has some drawbacks.
MS really needs to provide a build-in first class VS GIT provider
88 votes17 comments · Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team Services) » Work Item Tracking · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We have begun the work to update our rich text editor control in all text fields on the work item form. This work will be our first step in creating a better editing experience on the form.
VSTS & TFS PM
This is very needed.
Include basic html tags and/or tables and the capabillity to strip existing formatting that has been pasted into the description fields etc.