GitHub Extension for Visual Studio
The location of the submodules has changed as of 31-01-2017. If you have an existing clone, make sure to run
git submodule sync to update your local clone with the new locations for the submodules.
The GitHub Extension for Visual Studio provides GitHub integration in Visual Studio 2015. Most of the extension UI lives in the Team Explorer pane, which is available from the View menu.
Official builds of this extension are available at the official website.
Installing beta versions
Older and pre-release/beta/untested versions are available at the releases page, and also via a custom gallery feed for Visual Studio.
You can configure the gallery by going to
Tools / Options / Extensions and Updates and adding a new gallery with the url https://visualstudio.github.com/releases/feed.rss. The gallery will now be available from
Tools / Extensions and Updates.
Beta releases will have
(beta) in their title in the gallery, following the version number. You can view the release notes in the gallery by hovering over the description, or by clicking the
Release Notes link on the right side.
- Visual Studio 2015
- Visual Studio SDK
Clone the repository and its submodules in a git GUI client or via the command line:
git clone https://github.com/github/VisualStudio cd VisualStudio git submodule init git submodule deinit script git submodule update
GitHubVS.sln solution with Visual Studio 2015.
To be able to use the GitHub API, you'll need to:
- Register a new developer application in your profile.
- Open src/GitHub.App/Api/ApiClientConfiguration.cs and fill out the clientId/clientSecret fields for your application.
- Andreia Gaita's presentation at Codemania 2016 about this extension.
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Licensed under the MIT License