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dei79 commented Aug 23, 2012

git-tf is a set of cross-platform command line tools delivered by Microsoft to bridge a git client with a Team Foundation Server 2012. This cookbook contains the installation process.

After installation git-tf will be integrated in the git tool chain seamlessly, .e.g. git tf help

git-tf, a cross-platform git-TFS bridge
git-tf is a set of cross-platform command line tools delivered by Microsoft to bridge a git client with a Team Foundation Server 2012. This cookbook contains the installation process.

After installation git-tf will be integrated in the git tool chain seamlessly, e.e.g. git tf help
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adamv commented Oct 2, 2012

Download is 404, and I see There is no recommended release. Please select a release from the "Releases" box to the right. on their downloads page.

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adamv commented Oct 20, 2012

Closing due to no response, but will accept an updated pull request for review.

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aelam commented Jan 29, 2013

git-fs is no response ,the git-fs in bin not exec the git-fs in libexec .how to modify it ?

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aelam commented Jan 30, 2013

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I knew it, git-tf on homebrew is the latest version, mine too.
I mean the installation has a bug,
As my understanding,

there are three git-tf

  1. /usr/local/bin --> /usr/local/Cellar/git-tf/2.0.1.20130107/bin/git-tf
  2. /usr/local/Cellar/git-tf/2.0.1.20130107/bin/git-tf
  3. /usr/local/Cellar/git-tf/2.0.1.20130107/libexec/git-tf
    the first one is just a symlink to the second one ,
    the second one is
    #!/bin/bash exec "git-tf" "$@"
    I think the second one wants call /usr/local/Cellar/git-tf/2.0.1.20130107/libexec/git-tf
    But How could it be if I can't add it to $PATH
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dei79 commented Jan 30, 2013

As I remember this is the one you need to add to the path:

/usr/local/Cellar/git-tf/2.0.1.20130107/bin/git-tf

Because Microsoft is using java and this was a homebrew trick to call java based application without calling java directly.

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aelam commented Jan 30, 2013

homebrew didn't tell me so, it would make others confused.
I have an easy way to install git-tf, just put the folder in somewhere and add it to $PATH
But I think homebrew might make it easier, till now it seems not for this package
if every package needs set in PATH, home-brew would not be so cool , I think there must be a better way

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mistydemeo commented Jan 30, 2013

There was a bug in the formula, and it's since been fixed. Please brew uninstall it and then install again.

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