24 little expert #git tips – delivered every day until Christmas. Follow #GitVent on Twitter. Continue reading 24 tips for being more productive with git
Today I received an alert mail from GitHub Dependabot. One of my demo projects on GitHub has a dependency on bootstrap. Here is what the mail looks like: It seems my project has a dependency on a version of bootstrap … Continue reading There is a security issue, and here is how to fix it!
Code Coverage in .NET Core is tricky if you want to use it in a CI build and/or SonarQube. I blogged about .NET Core, SonarQube and Code Coverage – but this felt like a hack. I did a little more … Continue reading .NET Core Code Coverage done right
Today I released a Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) Plugin for FeatureSwitcher – an open source .NET project to help you with FeatureFlags. The FeatureSwitcher.VstsConfiguration allows you to store and manage FeatureFlags as WorkItems in VSTS. Getting started The package … Continue reading VSTS Plugin for FeatureSwitcher
How to configure git for windows to work with SSL and a corporate certificate, and how to configure git proxy settings to work with local and remote repositories. Continue reading Git for Windows with TFS and SSL behind a proxy
Disable source control Integration for all your nuget packages and resore them on the build server. Continue reading Restore your nuget packages on build server
If you work a lot with github, then you are used to add a .gitignore file when you initialize your repository. If you create a project in TFS or Visual Studio Team Services this is not the case. You have to add your .gitignore file using the team project settings. Under settings navigate to repository settings. Look for the “Ignore File” and click “add”. Edit the file if you need to do any modifications. Now commit the .ignorefile and push your changes to the server. The git integration in Visual Studio and TFS is pretty good – but a lot … Continue reading Where is my git ignore file in Visual Studio?
Sync a github fork with the upstream repository using git command or Visual Studio. Continue reading Sync your GitHub fork from within Visual Studio