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    56 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » IDE and Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is a great idea! We completely understand how auto-switching SCC providers would help increase your productivity. Although we plan to make this available to you in the near future, we are still in the planning process and may reach out for your feedback as we start to define how tackle this problem. We will check back as soon as possible with any updates to this request. Allison Buchholtz-Au: VS Program Manager ​​

    Dhiren Sham commented  · 

    @Allison: Why should there be the concept of an "active provider" in the first place? VS is able to recognize projects that reside in a git repo, it should also be able to identify that projects reside in an svn repo. At the solution level, if you're committing all changes, just commit to git and svn with the same message - if you wanted separate messages, you would not be committing at the solution level in the first place!
    I've never understood the concept of an Active Source Control Provider in VS. Each project should have the appropriate provider mapped to it transparently.

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