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What is the best way to label code for a new deployment? Maybe it is better to create an new branch instead?
Posted 10-May-13 17:42pm
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Solution 1

Probably the best resource I've found so far on using TFS and best practices:

http://tfsguide.codeplex.com[^]

[EDIT]

This is the one that I meant:

http://vsarbranchingguide.codeplex.com/[^]

The one above is an older book for TFS 2008 I think.
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Solution 2

There is no standard for doing this. You can organize your code as you want. Personally I like to create a branch for major and minor versions. If you plan to rebuild older versions, adding labels makes this even easier.

I’d suggest something like this but again, there are many ways to do this

$\Branches
    \1.1
    \1.2 (branched from 1.1)
    \2.1 (branched from 1.2)
    \2.2 (branched from 2.1)
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