Git TFS is a program that extends git commands to talk to a TFS remote repository (instead of a git repository). It creates a real git repository and replays the TFS history on top of it. It can be treated as a real git repository except for when it comes to cloning and syncing. In spite of that it still makes a programmer’s life much easier. The best starting point is the project’s ReadMe file on GitHub.

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Sina Iravanian

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