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Disable/Change Visual Studio Team Services automatic interpretation of hash-number commit messages


Disable/Change Visual Studio Team Services automatic interpretation of hash-number commit messages

By : Peter Turcotte
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
I wish did fix the issue. Navigate to the Version Control settings
a. https://company-name.visualstudio.com/project-name/_admin/_versioncontrol?_a=security
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Disable automatic commit of changed files in Visual Studio 2013 to git

Disable automatic commit of changed files in Visual Studio 2013 to git


By : Ion Sandul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue The problem I was having with my project was that my .gitignore file was empty. Upon copying in the contents of a .gitignore file from a project that was working properly, Visual Studio returned back to showing me my changed items, icons beside the files in the Solution Explorer represented the proper state of a file (i.e. changed, added, etc.). I don't understand git enough to know why this fixes the problem, but I wanted to post this out here in case anyone else ran across this.
Commit file back to repository from build server in Visual Studio Team Services

Commit file back to repository from build server in Visual Studio Team Services


By : Sheri Morris Smith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Warning
I do want to point out that checking in changes as part of the build can lead to some features of VSTS/TFS not working. Association of work items to the checkin, sources and symbol generation, tractability from changes to build to release and integration with Test Manager, remote debugging, will likely not yield the expected results because the Changeset/commit recorded in te build may not match the actual sources. This may lead to unexpected funny behavior.
Disable keyboard shorcuts in Visual Studio Team Services

Disable keyboard shorcuts in Visual Studio Team Services


By : John Chambers
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue There is no setting to disable this feature. You can submit a feature request on VSTS User Voice.
Trigger GIT build in Visual Studio Team Services (was Visual Studio Online) via API for specific commit

Trigger GIT build in Visual Studio Team Services (was Visual Studio Online) via API for specific commit


By : Jonius
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue You can specify the pull request as the source branch via this format:
code :
refs/pull/pullrequestid/head
nuget not downloaded packages under Visual Studio Team Services (visualstudio.com) (Automatic Package Restore)

nuget not downloaded packages under Visual Studio Team Services (visualstudio.com) (Automatic Package Restore)


By : Teodor Chetrusca
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help If you are building on Visual Studio Team Services then I have found that both Nuget.exe and Nuget.targets need to be present, which seems to be contrary to all the advice you can find by googling this subject.
Adding them in got my Visual Studio Team Services builds working.
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