Chapter 24. Source Control


This chapter covers source control with Visual Studio Team System: specifically, the source control system and repository provided by Team Foundation Server and its integration with Visual Studio.

The premise of source control is relatively simple: On a software project, there is a need to centrally store and control access to the files that constitute the core artifacts. In other words, a source control system centrally manages access not just to source code files, but also to any other file-based artifact produced during the execution of the project. These ...

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