What's New for Build Automation in Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online

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​With Visual Studio 2015, we have introduced a significant update to the build automation features in Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio Online. We have a completely new experience for defining, monitoring and reviewing your builds in the browser. In addition, you will now be able to automate builds on Windows, OSX and Linux.

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Breakout

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    oBico

    You talk about being able to use policies on pull request to make sure the the build it is passing before approve the pull request but I was not able to find that. could you point me in the direction of the documentation for that ?

    Would I be able to run JavaScript tests using tools like karma and get my tests result published ?

    Can I limit the number of warnings that it is acceptable from msbuild before I consider that the build it is failing?

     

    Really good presentation

    Thank you

    Gabriel

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    wayland

    Not fixing the 255 character file path limit is ridiculous. It basically makes javascript package managers (bower, npm) which are now part of asp.net 5 useless. This just has to be fixed to make the whole system useable in the real world, no matter the cost. It is 2015 after all!

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    Kalakis

    Hello,

    After doing some initial testing I noticed that association of work items with commits does not work when using an external Git repository. Is that correct, or am I missing something?

    Thanks

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