is git repository arec supported of visual studio 2010 ?

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Hello, I am trying to implement the repository pattern with my tests so that I can save and review all test information at a later point. So far I have a shell of what I need to do but as of now I am stuck on where to go from here. So far I have my interfaces page, repository page done and my actual tests. Here is what I have so far: Interfaces page: internal interface ITestRepository { void Save(string Case, DateTime dateTime, bool DidPass, object req, object res); void Save(string artifact); } And here is my repo page. Now …

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Terminal shows foloowing error on entering command for "post review". "Unable to find a Review Board server for this source code tree". can you suggest how to set review board server url.

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Ok so let me explain what I am looking for. I have one repo where the new code is being written that lives on one repository. On another repository I have pulled a snapshot of their code and edited to work in a certain environment. In a couple of weeks I need to pull a new snapshot from the other repo that has new/edit code that needs to be merged. How would I do this? Can svn merge do the trick? Thanks

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Hi Guys does anyone here ever used apache Ivy. I need help here, I am a newbie in Ivy and trying to set up local repository and apache website is not useful at all.

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Code search company [URL=http://www.krugle.com/]Krugle[/URL] on July 8 will begin shipping Krugle Enterprise 2.3, an update to its code repository appliance that it claims now allows more fine-tuned searching, increased storage and search capacity and the ability to search using custom data fields. Krugle positions its enterprise search appliance as a means to maximize reuse of source code and related resources with little change to development practices. It also maintains [URL=http://www.krugle.org/]Krugle.org[/URL], a two-billion line central repository amassed from more than 500 open source repositories. Krugle.org, which is free, is a way to help your team avoid having to reinvent the wheel …

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