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Getting Started with Source Control Plug-ins

To create a source control plug-in, you must create a DLL that implements the functions defined in the Source Control Plug-in API, and then to register the DLL with Visual Studio to make it available for use in source code version control.

Three versions of the Source Control Plug-in API (versions 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3) are available for source control plug-ins. The Source Control Plug-in API documented here is version 1.3. It was designed to be fully compatible with source control plug-ins supporting versions 1.1 and 1.2. The What's New in the Source Control Plug-in API Version 1.3 section details the new features supported in the latest version of the Source Control Plug-in API.

How to: Install a Source Control Plug-in

Describes how to make the registry entries that are required to plug in a source control DLL.

What's New in the Source Control Plug-in API Version 1.3

Provides a brief overview of the changes that were made to the Source Control Plug-in API in version 1.3.

What's New in the Source Control Plug-in API Version 1.2

Provides a brief overview of the changes that were made to the Source Control Plug-in API in version 1.2.

Source Control Plug-ins

Provides a complete listing of all the elements in the Source Control Plug-in API.

Creating a Source Control Plug-in

Defines the Source Control Plug-in SDK and describes the included resources.

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