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Java hates TFS 2012? NOPE! TFS 2012 SDK for Java

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Java hates TFS 2012? NOPE! TFS 2012 SDK for Java

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Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 Software Development Kit for Java - Preview

"The preview release of the Team Foundation Server SDK for Java includes documentation, samples and redistributable components to help you develop software products that integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012.

Version: 11.0.0
Date published: 8/13/2012

Language: English

license.html, 12 KB
TFS-SDK-11.0.0.zip, 18.2 MB

The preview release of the Team Foundation Server SDK for Java includes documentation, samples and redistributable components to help you develop software products that integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012. By downloading the SDK from the link below you agree to the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 Software Development Kit for Java license terms.

The SDK contains the following components:

  • Redistributable library (jar file) containing the TFS API’s
  • Redistributable native code libraries required by the SDK for Java
  • API Documentation in Javadoc format
  • Check-in policy code sample
  • Custom work item control code sample
  • Console application code sample
  • Code snippets

For more information and help in using the SDK or the associated code samples then please see the Team Foundation Server - Eclipse and Cross Platform forum.

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Where would you use something like this? Looking at the java support in git-ts, TFS gets GIT with git-tf, maybe there, I'm guessing?

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