When using the scripts I have blogged about for normalizing line endings and removing ignored files, run the script to normalize line endings first before removing ignored files.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Thursday, May 26, 2016
When using git-tfs to clone a repository using the bash shell, this error is common:
The solution? Prepend MSYS_NO_PATHCONV=1 to the command, e.g.:
$ git tfs clone https://tfsserver/tfs/DefaultProjectCollection/ "$/path/to/tfs/project" TFS repository can not be root and must start with "$/". You may be able to resolve this problem.
$ MSYS_NO_PATHCONV=1 git tfs clone https://tfsserver/tfs/DefaultProjectCollection/ "$/path/to/tfs/project" Initialized empty Git repository in C:/Projects/path/to/tfs/project/.git/ Fetching from TFS remote 'default'... C6782 = 81584efc08348f7dc4c81297e4e82115789a1e3d C6784 = 6a6a8bd55111286b24c7acd4825e4ef79030d693 C6863 = 60e8369f34b16a6123d7ed22bf60e59db46ee2e9 etc.
Posted by jim at 11:09 AM