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    For the Find by Status feature, we’re working on an extension to add this capability back to VS. We don’t yet have an ETA for the availability, but I’ll update here when it’s ready.

    For tfpt online, scorch, and treeclean, the functionality has been replaced by tf reconcile. If you use tfpt {command} /help, you’ll see a message about the specific options to use to get equivalent functionality with tf reconcile.

    Tfpt uu doesn’t have a replacement in tf.exe. The old tfpt commands should continue to work against newer versions of TFS and VSTS.

    Thanks,
    Matt Mitrik
    Program Manager | VSTS

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    Rob Siklos commented  · 

    @Asbjørn Ulsberg Instead of getting a RAM disk, you could also just get an SSD.

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    We have a lot of investment taking place on our code review platform that will enable iterative code reviews, and we will initially bring that functionality to Git (via pull requests). Improving iterative code reviews for TFVC is still on our backlog, but it is not in our 6 month plan, so we are resetting the status.

    Matt Mitrik

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    @Andrew Ch: This is not a a reliable of doing things. The problem is that as the comments get addressed, the line numbers change, and you complete lose sight of what the original code review captured.

    @80's Rocker: Couldn't agree more, but the writing is clearly on the wall - TFSVC is dead, and too bad for all of us that are using it. I guess we're just expected to migrate to Git or stay with TFSVC and live with a reduced feature set. I wish they'd just come right out and say this. At the end of the day, it seems the mob has spoken and Git is the winner.

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    This would definitely be something worth having.

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    Seems this is now implemented in Visual Studio 2015.

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    @Ryan: That is certainly not the best flow. If a class implements an interface, then the interface documentation is the "contract", and that must be correct. If the interface documentation changes, developers can't be expected to find all the implementations and duplicate those changes in the implementation's doc. DRY principle anyone? The whole point of inheritdoc in the first place is to avoid having to do those kinds of things.

    If the class needs a different value that what's coming from the interface, that's perfectly fine, and perfectly allowable when using inheritdoc - specific parts can be inherited and/or overridden.

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    Hi thanks for your votes and survey responses. We’ve closed down the survey now and are looking into options that would solve the underlying need that you’ve presented to us. However, due to prioritization of work, we will not be able to release this exact feature in a future update.

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