Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Basic Branching Strategy for TFS and GIT



  • The main difference between standard TFS branching strategy is that you branch more often for shorter time periods and check in small code change units into the "Development" branch.
  • Delete the black line once the feature is complete and checked back into the Development branch.  Can easily start a new functional local GIT branch to amend the next feature.
Note: Easy to also grab a GIT local branch from the Main branch (inline with you production code base), make changes and then when checked back in they hot-fix goes into both the Main and Development code branches.

Choosing the branching strategy is normally: Release, patch or feature driven.

Visual Studio 2019, Commit code to GIT repository

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