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

 

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This section highlights the advanced source code control functionality in the Source Control Plug-in API version 1.2. The following lists the new features in version 1.2:

Elimination of ~SAK Files
Explains how the Source Control Plug-in API 1.2 interacts with temporary files.

Application of Settings Across Multiple Project Connections
Illustrates how a source control plug-in can use a batch operation to execute the same source control operation across multiple projects or multiple connection contexts.

Creating Parent Container Folders for Solutions
Explains how the Source Control Plug-in API Version 1.2 enables a user to specify a single root source control destination for all Web projects within the solution.

Optional Comparison of Local Project Folder to Source Control Store
Explains how the Source Control Plug-in API 1.2 compares versions of files.

Removal of Source Control Information from .Proj and .Sln Files
Explains how the Source Control Plug-in API Version 1.2 stores information about projects and solutions.

Getting Started

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