How to convert a Visual Studio 2010 Branch back to a Folder

Visual Studio 2010 extends the concept of a folder as a “first-class” branch and introduces the tools to convert folders to first-class branches to enable exciting new Branch Visualization and Tracking Changes features. For reference, please see http://blogs.msdn.com/hakane/archive/2009/05/19/enable-branch-visualization-in-upgraded-team-projects-tfs-2010-beta1.aspx and http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms181423(VS.100).aspx. Source Control Explorer context menu and toolbar have the button to convert a folder to…

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Go to Changeset for Visual Studio 2010

In previous versions of Visual Studio, hitting Ctrl+G from Source Control Explorer brings up the Find Changeset dialog. In VS 2010, Ctrl+G brings up the new Go to Changeset dialog which lets you quickly enter a changeset number and get the changeset details. In this dialog, you can also hit Ctrl+G again to bring up…

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WPF TreeView Memory Consumption and Performance

One very simple thing you can do that can significantly reduce the memory consumption and drastically improve performance of a WPF TreeView is to set the following two properties. In XAML, you would do: <TreeView x:Name=”myTreeView”           VirtualizingStackPanel.IsVirtualizing="True"           VirtualizingStackPanel.VirtualizationMode="Recycling" /> In a simple test of a data-bound TreeView containing just 5000 items, turning on…

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