Generating list of changesets and updating work items vrouwen aanspreken op datingsite

12 Oct

When you first clone a repository, all of your files will be tracked and unmodified because Git just checked them out and you haven’t edited anything.

This means you have a clean working directory – in other words, none of your tracked files are modified.

In order to keep client fully informed about the task, you should include the original email history that we copied to the clipboard in step 1.

Step 4: Send the done email (and Team Companion close the work item in the current backlog) Now you are all set.

For both the Source Path and the Target Path select the option to query against a "Server Path...".

Then specify a date, label or changeset version for the source.

The source and target path and the correct versionspec are displayed in the title of the Folder difference screen (see above); the filter can be grabbed from the Folder Compare window.

Untracked files are everything else – any files in your working directory that were not in your last snapshot and are not in your staging area.

You need to make some changes and commit snapshots of those changes into your repository each time the project reaches a state you want to record.

Remember that each file in your working directory can be in one of two states: tracked or untracked.

If you followed this rule then you have attached the original email to the work item.

Step 3: Include the replied original request email (the customers email) as history As you can see, this "done" email template only includes basic information about the work item - missing the customers history!