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Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2015 Cookbook by Tarun Arora

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Creating a Git repository in an existing TFVC Team Project

Traditionally, it has only been possible to have TFVC as a source control repository. TFS started supporting Git as a source control from TFS 2013 onwards. Git offers many benefits for distributed Teams collaborating across the same codebase; you can read more about the benefits here at https://git-scm.com/about. TFVC Teams that are keen to try out Git, but cannot because of the rework involved in migrating their existing investments now have a solution. TFS now supports hybrid Team Projects. In this recipe, you'll learn how to set up a Git repository within an existing TFVC-based Team Project.

Getting ready

In Team Foundation Server 2015 Update 1, you need to be a member of the project ...

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