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New Install of LizardTF will not recognized existing workspace

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I sent Ian an email about this but I wanted to clarify the problem a little. I already have a workspace in TFS, when I right click the folder in explorer, the only option I get is to create a new workspace. Is it possible to have Lizard recognize a pre-existing workspace?
Closed Oct 25, 2008 at 11:15 PM by SmallWalrus
Fixed in 0.3.0 - Use Status Scan (Full) to LizardTF work with existing working folders

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SmallWalrus wrote Sep 18, 2008 at 12:13 AM

I'll look into this. I'm currently adding support for multiple servers (so I can use my local one, and the codeplex one; configured by root paths) and this will/should be easy address at the same time. I think this was on my list, but must have got missed.

Ian.

Roundand wrote Sep 18, 2008 at 5:01 PM

Hi - I have the same problem. I can do a directory comparison and get good results (having checked some of the Show X boxes) but I can't get LizardTF to recognize the existing mapping. I thought Lizardenate might do the job, but now I think that this step needs to follow the workspace mapping.

SmallWalrus wrote Oct 21, 2008 at 9:20 PM

LizardTF 0.3.0 will pick up on existing workspaces - just right-click on choose Status Scan (Full) to generate Lizard meta data.

SmallWalrus wrote Oct 25, 2008 at 11:14 PM

I believe this is fixed in LizardTF 0.3.0, you can right click on an existed workspace folder and choose 'Status Scan (Full)' and LizardTF will work with the working folder as normal. I am closing this issue.

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