Powershell script that converts a Team Foundation Server repository to a Git repository with full history
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-GitRepository (optional)
The name you want to give the Git repository. If no parameter is supplied, the default name will 'ConvertedFromTFS'.

-WorkSpaceName (optional)
During the import a temporary TFS workspace will be created. You can specify the name you wish to use for this workspace. Default 'TFS2GIT'.

-StartingCommit (optional)
You can import a sequential range of commits. Specify the first TFS commit you want to import.
When this parameter is used, EndingCommit must also be used.

-EndingCommit (optional)
You can import a sequential range of commits. Specify the last TFS commit you want to import.
When this parameter is used, StartingCommit must also be used.

-UserMappingFile (optional)
The script can convert TFS user accounts to Git accounts. For this to work you need to specify a user mapping file.
See the content of 'usermappings.txt' for an example.


Examples:
Converting a TFS repository with full history

TFS2GIT.ps1 $/repository

or

TFS2GIT.ps1 -TFSRepository $/repository


Converting a TFS repository with a limited history

TFS2GIT.ps1 -TFSRepository $/repository -StartingCommit 1 -EndingCommit 100


Converting a TFS repository while using a usermapping file

TFS2GIT.ps1 -TFSRepository $/repository -UserMappingfile filename