SourceSafe

There are 2 entries for the tag SourceSafe

Powershell to the rescue

A few days ago I found myself mentioning that I’m not really using Powershell very much, and today I find it helping me out – proving my point, it’s incredibly powerful if you can take the time to get to know it well.. which I’ve not really done yet! One of the solutions we’ve inherited from another development company is littered with previous Visual Source Safe files. As you can imagine, all trace of VSS is something that needs to be exterminated from this earth, so even though these files aren’t harming anything* their existence alone is a source...

Visual SourceSafe 2005 Update

For those wanting to run Visual SourceSafe 2005 with Visual Studio 2008 (hang on, does anyone actually *want* to run Visual SourceSafe?), grab the recently released update (December 13th 2007) which is a rollup pack containing bugfixes as well as improved compatibility with VS2008. Tags: Microsoft , SourceSafe , Visual Studio