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XCode and TFS 2010 Part 2 – Setting up a new TFS project for SVN

Sorry for the delay, what with all the holidays and stuff, didn’t have time to sit down and create the next part in this series.

Anyway here’s the second part in this series.

 

Setting up a new TFS project for SVN

 

Before i proceed, let me assure you that YES, XCode and TFS can be made to cooperate even though they are from fellow competitors.

Now that you have got part 1 working, its time to setup the team project to work properly with XCode. Unless you use TFS purely as a source code repository (which is kind of wasted), otherwise chances are you will need to create a new team project to cater to the SVN implementation.

Because XCode connects to TFS via a SVN bridge, the project itself can only be used for source control and nothing else.

This means that the following are no no

  1. Check in rules
  2. Check out rules
  3. Multiple check out

 

 

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