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Hello everybody,

i hope i am right here.

Does anyone know about SVN Bridge?
Or better yet, has anyone dealt with it?

I recently got a TFS (Team Foundation Server) from my IT.
With Visual Studio, I can easily manage my projects with Team Explorer.

I also have other projects from a PLC development environment
and projects from a PowerBuilder development environment.
These cannot be managed via Visual Studio.

I once read something about the SVN Bridge. Since it should be possible projects on
File Explorer level (Turtoise SVN) to connect to the TFS.

I just don't understand what to install where.
I already know the Tourtoise SVN Client. I have had that in touch for years
used with an SVN server.

Is SVN Bridge an application that needs to be installed on the Team Foundation Server?
Is the SVN Bridge equivalent to the functionality of the SVN server.
Which application do I have to download and where to install.

Please only reports on processes that are already in operation and working.

Many Thanks!
Greetings from CopWorker

What I have tried:

I tried to find a download for the application (SVN Bridge).
Updated 21-Apr-20 21:09pm
Nelek 22-Apr-20 2:12am    
I am still using Tortoise SVN for VS and PLC projects too and works like charm, but I use it in its "pure" configuration with a SVN Server, not a Team Foundation Server... yet. But it might come in a near future, so I am interested too in your question. I hope you get good answers.
CopWorker 22-Apr-20 2:26am    
It's nice to learn that this concern also affects other software developers.
I stay tuned.
Please take part in this chat if you find out what.

Thank you so much!
CopWorker 28-Apr-20 2:34am    

now I´ve found the install routine of the "TortoiseSVN.msi" and the executable file "SvnBridge.exe".

What´s the matter with both applications? How does they work together?
Do I have to include the "SvnBridge.exe" in TortoiseSVN somehow?

With the Tortoise Repository Browser I can only access the SVN server and not TFS.
And with the application "SvnBridge.exe" I can only start a dialog in which I can enter a port.
I currently have no idea how I should link SvnBridge.exe to the Tortoise Repository Browser.

Thanks for help.

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