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Open-source TFS projects on CodePlex

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Alkampfer's Place - Codeplex project for TFS

"Some times ago I blogged a series of links of useful tools for TFS. Today I want to give you a series of Codeplex Project of useful tools. These tools are not only useful to use, but they are invaluable example of using TFS API, so they deserves a special list of their own. It is not a comprehensive list, but it contains some of the most interesting project that you can find on Codeplex.


I thought it cool that all these TFS related projects are hosted on CodePlex (which is kind of meta...). There's a number of projects listed here that I'd like to check out...

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Imdadyano Yano replied on Wed, 2012/03/14 - 2:12pm


Thanks for the information shared. I would like to know are these tools integrated with TFS? Are they all free and how they can be helpful?  Can you provide me with a link to those projects. I always trust codeplex.com for the source code. Anything on this will be appreciated.

Thanks once again

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