[VS2010] HowTo: Organize the definitions of Builds with Folders in the Team Explorer

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Good,

today among so many problems that I found this extension for Visual Studio 2010 I was pleased the day. It presents the list of definitions of builds on a server Team Foundation Server 2010 organized with folders, to be able to view and organize them better.

It is incredible that this feature is not factory in Visual Studio 2010, but thanks to the work of the people of Inmeta, we already have a solution to this problem. (when you have many definitions of builds, really grateful this extension).

The basis of this extension is to organize the Builds separating them with the “.” which are in his name. The following image shows an example with the classical view of Builds in Team Explorer and the Inmeta build Explorerview. The 2nd is obviously much more comfortable.

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Greetings @ Here

The Bruno

   

Source: http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/blog/Long-list-of-Team-Builds-getting-you-down-Wish-you-could-put-them-in-folders-Dont-want-to-wait-for-a

Download: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/35daa606-4917-43c4-98ab-38632d9dbd45

Source Code: http://tfsbuildfolders.codeplex.com/

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