Today I needed to delete multiple workspaces. There are two separate commands for dealing with workspaces.
The first is the “tf workspaces” command:
tf workspaces /remove:(*|workspace1[,workspace2,…]) /server:(*|server)
The second is the “tf workspace” command:
tf workspace /delete [/server:servername] workspacename[;workspaceowner]
You might think that because the first command takes multiple items as parameters, it’s does “bulk workspace removal” – but it doesn’t 🙂
- tf workspaces /remove – Removes the specified workspace entries for the specified server from the client cache.
- tf workspace /delete – Deletes the specified workspace.
There’s also the “tfpt workspace” command from the Team Foundation Power Tools that lets you change the computer associated with a workspace. This is useful in the scenario that you rebuild your machine with a new machine name, or you move to a different machine and take your external drive with you.