The most highly rated request for SvnBridge was adding support for multiple TFS servers without having to run multiple instances of SvnBridge, which was a hassle.
Today I finished working on the implementation, and the UI got a new check box:
Funny, but this took almost three days to implement.
Yes, I don't do WinForms much, and I am pretty sure somewhere there is a way to do checkboxes, but I like writing code.*
What actually took a lot of time was working on the path routing inside SvnBridge, so it would send the proper response to the client, which would return it right back to it. The SVN WebDAV protocol is full of indirection, and that is not saying the least.
At any rate, this now works, and you can use a single instance.
Now, how do I do that? Well, using the Microsoft Mind Reading Patent technology, of course:
I mean, don't you know that telepathy enabled software is the next big thing?
Now, all you have to do is start SvnBridge, and you can access any TFS server in your possession.
Just issue this command to get the SvnBridge code:
svn checkout http://localhost:8081/tfs03.codeplex.com/SvnBridge
Note the tfs03.codeplex.com in the URL ? This has nothing to do with how we specify which server we use. I am using mind reading technology, I remind you.
If we want to specify a port, we will use:
SvnBridge will also auto detect http and https, so you don't have to worry about this.
* No, I didn't spend three days writing my CheckboxControl.